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  • Glenn Kaino, a Los Angeles artist, is recruiting hundreds of volunteers to lift a 20-foot-by-20-foot sculptural platform for the duration of the art show, for a piece entitled "Levitating the Fair."

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  • Uniquely designed speakers dubbed Levitating Leaf are sure to mesmerize all you true audiophiles out there.

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  • WINGARDIUM LEVIOSA spell Used to make objects levitate; also the inspiration for Harry Potter's Levitating Challenge, a £39.99 plastic playset released as part of Mattel's first line of HP toys in 2001.

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  • Levitating behind the runty creature was the character addressed as Zin.

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  • Actually, a whole new type of orbit: Levitating orbits.

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  • You could buy 112 64GB iPads, chop a little over a quarter out of Marion Barry's tax debt, host a celebrity make an appearance at your holiday party, or purchase a Levitating Hover Scooter for you and five of your friends.

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  • Levitating to avoid the mass nearly took more effort than he had.

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  • Levitating to avoid the mass nearly took more effort than he had.

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  • Levitating to avoid the mass nearly took more effort than he had.

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