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#902 03/24/00 11:18 AM
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Hello All,

I once heard of a word, which may not belong to the Eglish language but some other. It was a very long word and very interesting, the word, if i remember correctly, ment something to the effect that "you are looking at someone who is looking at you and they and you both are thinking about the same thing and you know that and they know that" does anyone what word Im talking about?

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Sachin


#903 03/28/00 07:34 PM
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ESP ?


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Synchronicity?


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synchronioreciproesp?


#906 03/29/00 09:16 AM
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Sorry it is neither ESP nor synchronicity; it was a long very long word, I think I saw it in the Guiness book of records.

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Nice to know you like my name Jackie ;-)
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