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

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Examples

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • This is a lovely book by a friend of mine named Lee Siegel, who's a professor of religion, actually, at the University of Hawaii, and he's an expert magician, and an expert on the street magic of India, which is what this book is about, "Net of Magic."

    Dan Dennett on our consciousness

  • Ugu had not lost his knowledge of magic when he lost his shape as a man, and he now realized it was hopeless to oppose the power of the Magic

    The Lost Princess of Oz

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