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  • JAY ENGLEBACH: "Conjuration," UNC Asheville's Owen Hall, to Nov. 3.

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  • Conjuration de Nicholas Gabrini, dit de Rienzi, tyran de Rome en 1347

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  • Conjuration de Nicholas Gabrini, dit de Rienzi, tyran de Rome en 1347

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  • If so, he might have given the “Invocation Employed Towards The Conjuration of Destruction,” which includes the plea to “rend that gaggling tongue and close his (her) throat, Oh Kali!”

    Mother, community search for answers in death of two girls killed in ritual

  • By which I mean that though there are plenty more still to pop, there will be no additional unseen varieties beyond this one, known as Conjuration.

    Our Last New Iris of 2010

  • This was probably another reason why Magicians did not rely on the Conjuration of the Unicorn as a major source of knowledge.

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  • And if his Salamanders had not been his trusted friends, but had been coerced, this Conjuration would, in these conditions, almost certainly be deadly.

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  • In May of 1718, Pennsylvania's legislators passed "An Act for the Advancement of Justice," which incorporated verbatim "An Act Against Conjuration, Witchcraft, and Dealing with Evil and Wicked Spirits" promulgated in England in 1685, the first year of James II's reign.

    An American Witch Bottle

  • I'm actually attempting a major, as in MAJOR, harvest as we speak we speakin'? related to ye olde Conjuration...

    GARDENING POETICS, THE MOI WAY

  • Labels: Conjuration, Happy as a cop with a donut, What I Do To Amuse Moiself posted by EILEEN at 12:00 AM

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