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mind·scape

 (mīnd′skāp′)
n.
1. A mental or psychological scene or area of the imagination: "mindscapes, in which memories from an American childhood mingle with those from the fantasy world of the films" (Grace Glueck).
2. A representation of such a scene or area, as in a work of art.

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