Recent Examples on the WebAphantasiacs, whose inability to form mental imagery may be acquirable through stem-cell transplants, were found to be less susceptible to both the Ganzflicker pseudo-hallucination and to ghost stories.
Rafil Kroll-zaidi, Harper's Magazine, 20 July 2021 So, the biggest resource we‘re going to need for survival, and the most abundant resource that’s acquirable — our fellow man — is the one resource most preppers are not preparing to acquire.
Adam Nemett, Rolling Stone, 14 May 2021 Lauren could perhaps be compared to the fictional Jay Gatsby: another American dream-maker striving to create an impeccable world out of acquirable things.
The New Yorker, 5 Dec. 2019
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