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Thursday, September 02, 2010

Definitions for bilocation

  1. The state of being or the ability to be in two places at the same time.

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Citations for bilocation
If it could be bought, I'd gladly spend my whole inheritance on the power of bilocation. As it is, I have to settle for the odd morning when I half awake in two places - head in London, say, body in Los Angeles. Robert Cremins, A sort of homecoming
He experienced a sudden, startling sense of bilocation. He seemed to become a passive observer watching a second Finn. Morgan Llywelyn, Finn Mac Cool
Origin of bilocation
Bilocation is said to originate in the 19th century as a description for the alleged ability of certain Roman Catholic saints.
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