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Have you ever witnessed Dèjá Vu
Have you ever witnessed Dèjá Vu? Déjá Vu is when you think you have seen or heard something before. Dèjá Vu means "already seen" in French. When you have dèjá vu you can't figure out where it came from, usually people think it was in a dream. Dèjá Vu was invented by Emile Boirac. I chose this because I witness Dèjá Vu a lot. Usually it happens to me once or twice a month.
Familiar: commonly or generally known or seen.
Eerie: uncanny, so as to inspire superstitious fear; weird.
Glimpse: a very brief, passing look, sight or view.
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