Definitions

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  • proper noun The decrypted Japanese messages produced by US cryptographers in and prior to World War II.

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Examples

  • Originally Mach had been clumsy with magic, his attempted spells going awry, but after the Red Adept had trained him with the Book of Magic he had be - come the most powerful of all the Adepts, Bane included.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • "With the frames unified by the stronger magic of the Flute, neither the Oracle nor the Book of Magic is as important as before," Stile/Blue said.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The Soviet-style sculpture shows wizards crushing cowering muggles — people without magic powers — and bears an engraving that says Magic Is Might.

    Bringing a Wizard

  • When I was 10 years old I asked my Grandmother Suber to take me to an office supply store to have Business Cards printed, I put myself on a list at Morris Costume (& magic shop) and I started charging people $50.00 to perform Magic shows. (parties, fairs, & one kids TV thingy) I was truly, not good.

    oh yeah, and i like cheese

  • Those in the basketball know use the magic word, which is of course Magic, to describe Memphis State junior star Anfernee Hardaway.

    This Penny Is Worth Millions

  • Maybe that is the magic of Ida's Magic, it changes colors?

    Daylily Finale « Fairegarden

  • The overall message of the white magic argument is clear: Magic is not bad in itself.

    Priest Labels All Magic 'Satanic'

  • The thing is, we'd go to this magic store in New York City called Lou Tannen's Magic.

    J.J. Abrams' mystery box

  • The thing is, we'd go to this magic store in New York City called Lou Tannen's Magic.

    J.J. Abrams' mystery box

  • The overall message of the white magic argument is clear: Magic is not bad in itself.

    Archive 2007-10-01

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