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Use "psychogeographer" in a sentence
"Even the vote to start it up was not overwhelming: a surviving scrap of paper shows a tally of five in favour - Debord, Michèle Bernstein (his first wife), Jorn, Ralph Rumney (an English 'psychogeographer' who soon goes missing) and Walter Olmo (an experimental composer whose name is followed by a question mark) - with one opposed and two abstaining (including Pinot)."
"Native psychogeographer, occultist and legendary graphic novel writer Alan Moore was born in Northampton in 1953 and never left."
"The film is a collaboration between former boho hipster and film-maker Chris Petit and psychogeographer novelist and poet/council workman Iain Sinclair."