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  • In that case we might have to add some kind of Evocation-like ability to get the shards back in emergencies.

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  • New York's Museum of Modern Art is joining in with its Jean Arp globby gold sculpture from 1957, "Evocation of a Human Form, Lunar Spectral," for at least $1.3 million at Sotheby's.

    Newly Bold Sellers Line Up in London

  • New York's Museum of Modern Art is joining in with its Jean Arp globby gold sculpture from 1957, "Evocation of a Human Form, Lunar Spectral," for at least $1.3 million at Sotheby's.

    Newly Bold Sellers Line Up in London

  • Deified queens: example – Ahmes Nfertari Evocation of this queen to whom a cult was devoted during the epoch of Ramses, mainly on the left bank of Thebes.

    Exhibit of Egyptian Queens

  • Deified queens: example – Ahmes Nfertari Evocation of this queen to whom a cult was devoted during the epoch of Ramses, mainly on the left bank of Thebes.

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  • Edward CastronovaSo that would imply a skill system where your base attributes determine what skills are even possible to raise if your INT is 5 you can't raise Evocation very much, ever.

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  • Sapere Aude (William Wynn Westcott), vol. vi of Collectanea Hermetica series (London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1895), p. 47, no. 155: ‘change not the barbarous Names of Evocation for there are sacred Names in every language which are given by God, having in the Sacred Rites a Power Ineffable.’

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  • Sapere Aude (William Wynn Westcott), vol. vi of Collectanea Hermetica series (London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1895), p. 47, no. 155: ‘change not the barbarous Names of Evocation for there are sacred Names in every language which are given by God, having in the Sacred Rites a Power Ineffable.’

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  • Bible, s.v. Sorcery; LESÊTRE in Dict. de la Bible, s.v. Evocation des morts; SCHANZ in Kirchenlexicon, s.v. Todtenbeschwörung.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • The last attempt to evade this salutary rule was that of James I., in the celebrated case of Evocation, when Coke stoutly replied to the monarch that he could only in such matters speak through his courts (per curiam), observing that the law was the golden metwand and measure to try the causes of subjects.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council

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