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The three finger mark looks like three hebrew letters vav (ו) which symbolizes the number 6, meaning the mark would be 666 (like the Monster Energy drink logo). It could be the mark of the beast. As to why 3, not 4 like in the movie, it would be interesting if like the story portrayed, one needed to compare three sources--the book, the screenplay, the movie-...


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If you refer to Dr. Laura Schlessinger, then probably not, seeing as she was parodied by the one-shot character Dr. Nora (played by Christine Baranski) from the episode of the same name.


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In addition to the double entendre mentioned in other answers (that Yoda knew that Rey had literally taken the books with her), and Yoda's belief that Rey would successfully learn to use the Force with or without the books, another interpretation is that Yoda believes that being a Jedi is more about character and intent than any specific scholastic tradition....


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Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess. This is a double entendre by Yoda. The figurative meaning is that Rey is already wise enough, perhaps due to her time on the island, that she does not need the books anymore. This meaning appears to be what Yoda intends because of the "but", and it makes Luke ...


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The line is a bit two fold: "The Aionomica, the Rammahgon, a dozen other mystic-sounding made-up names—the foundation of the ancient faith." ―Luke Skywalker It's referring to the fact that the 8 books Rey takes from the tree library are extremely knowledgeable books in terms of Force knowledge, including information on "Chain World Theorem" (The World ...


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Yoda: Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess. This line by Yoda is a hint that Rey has already taken the Ancient Texts from the temple before it burnt down. We see them aboard the Falcon at the end of the film when Finn is looking through some drawers. And of course we see Rey has them in her hideout ...


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In this case, he was prescribed the correct medication but given a different drug by the pharmacist where the pills looked the same as the pills he should have been given but were, in fact, for a different drug.


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Why did the patient do so without Dr House committing any error ? MR FUNSTEN: Doctor House ...? HOUSE: Hey! Mr. Funsten! I was wondering when you'd be back. You've got some papers for me? MR FUNSTEN: You've caused me considerable mental distress. HOUSE: I certainly hope so. <Mr. Funsten passes a manila envelope containing some legal ...


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I fail to understand what transpired between the two in this time that she agrees. The patient had seemingly recovered between the time of steroid treatment and Dr. Cuddy visiting her. When Dr. Cuddy visited the patient she noticed that the patient had color to her, a hearty appetite, was sitting up straight and was smiling, and even wanted to thank Dr. ...


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I know this answer is a little late, but I'm on a binge of random episodes of the original series and in the episode Hook Up My Space (Season 4 Episode 6), Raven has a vision near the start of the episode of Cory making a presentation to their father, and she rushes to intercept him in time to prevent it from happening. She succeeds. I think that's one of ...


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Agree with the First part of @Tetsujin's answer but I interpret the eyes differently. To me the eyes are that of the Gestapo and other informants, signifying that they are always being watched. The eyes saw his mother and punished her and if Jojo is not careful the eyes will see him too.


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