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His hero, Bruce Springsteen, is a gazillionaire, but he still manages to come across as a regular guy, so perception is reality.
Clinton is further back in history, and there is a perception that back then everything was rainbows and sunshine and gumdrops.How A Jeb Bush Candidacy Would Hurt Chris Christie And Shake Up The 2016 GOP Field|David Freedlander|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
That perception is false and often reflects not just ignorance but also elitism and racism.Forget the Kids Who Can’t Get In; What About Those Who Don’t Even Apply?|Jonah Edelman|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their interest, as ever, is in pushing the perception that Washington is dysfunctional.Inside the Democrats’ Godawful Midterm Election Wipeout|Michael Tomasky|November 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It was negative, and very personal, and most of it was probably my own perception of things.
Here, as in so many of these childish admirations, we have to do not with a purely æsthetic perception.
Yet, if one looks closely, under the froth and foppery, some of the charm and perception of the man still shines through.A Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope|Colley Cibber
With children of finer perception the transition to a correct profile view may be carried much further.
Born on March 29, 1769, he early distinguished himself by his precocity and his quickness of perception.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
Forcing himself to believe that he had been the victim of some kind of illusory perception, he vigorously restrained his feelings.Three More John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood
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Knowledge or perception without the use of any of the five senses. ESP includes clairvoyance (knowledge about some distant object or event, such as an unreported accident), telepathy (reading another's thoughts or sending one's own to another), and precognition (predicting the future). Although many people claim to have extrasensory powers, these powers have yet to be verified by scientific procedures. (See also parapsychology and psychic research.)