Muscle reading

Muscle reading
Muscle reading Mus"cle read`ing The art of making discriminations between objects of choice, of discovering the whereabouts of hidden objects, etc., by inference from the involuntary movements of one whose hand the reader holds or with whom he is otherwise in muscular contact. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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