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This recognition in turn fosters a conception of reality by which appearances may be judged; those aspects conforming to the real are considered valuable, while those not consistent with reality are dismissed as illusive.

On the ground floor, the landscape fresco (a magnificent trompe-l'oeil
through the right to vote, but in reality the aristocracy remained in full control.

At the end of Reconstruction Chapter 3, a blue soldier is seen dropping an illusion and becoming a white soldier with brown shoulderpads; this character was confirmed to be the Meta by Burns in the commentary for the episode.

Stage combat is a specialized technique in theatre designed to create the illusion of physical combat without causing harm to the performers.

This way in which our brain works is the basis of an illusion.

However, it may be with matters of this kind generally, this strange illusion in some measure calmed me at the moment of parting.

Some studies indicate that safety in gated communities may be more illusion than reality, showing that gated communities have no less crime than non-gated neighborhoods.

However, he rarely had the chance to change into it during a crisis and eventually its invulnerability was exposed as an illusion.

When Zick found out that the Bombo he knew was not like that, he was shot by Zick and waken for the illusion.

The demonstration at web page of illusions contains no such disks, but yields the illusion.

The finished footage was eventually edited together to create the illusion of a coherent journey.

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