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  • n. Plural form of alchemy.

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Examples

  • Scorpio: Explore the different alchemies of money this week.

    Horoscope for the week of April 20, 2008

  • It creates that rarest of alchemies -- characters who you are perfectly content to hang out with, just hang out with, because they're charming and amusing as people.

    2/27/05 - 3/6/05

  • "It shouldn't have been, " Scarpetta says, opening the medicine cabinet and finding the usual alchemies for aches and pains and troublesome bowels.

    Predator

  • It is the spirit of the Battalion, something compounded by the subtle alchemies of the spiritual world out of the individual souls of officers and privates alike.

    The Seventeenth Highland Light Infantry (Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Battalion) Record of War Service, 1914-1918

  • Had James belonged to another school he might have preferred a young man for protagonist; as it was he preferred to watch the more subterranean alchemies which, with the fewest possible external incidents, gradually enrich this sort of woman to maturity.

    Chapter 8. Henry James

  • Transmuting what they learn by heavenly alchemies.

    Georgian Poetry 1918-19

  • Virginia, near the head of a valley long noted for healing waters that spring, warm and cold, from subterranean alchemies into picturesque pools and steaming rivulets, lies the ancient village of Hollandville, with its quaint, galleried facades; its flower gardens and its mill - race; its ambient clouds and drowsy sunshine, and the ever-delicious somnolence that overcomes the most potent vigor with an ease that mystifies.

    The Rose in the Ring

  • I take it for granted that when these halls are Vincent Braddell's, we shall have no need of gold, nor of these pale alchemies.

    Lucretia — Volume 06

  • There always creations in progress in studio or darkroom, and there is always a variety of domestic alchemies to be undertaken in July: processing vegetables for the freezer and making gluten free bread, marshaling quart (liter actually) sealers of pickles, relishes and tomato sauce like legions of foot soldiers and tucking them into the downstairs pantry for next winter.

    Beyond the Fields We Know

  • Pontiak's fourth full-length is a grab-bag of styles: Sabbathy-sludge, amp torturing experimentation, Cream-like alchemies of whispery verse and

    WN.com - Business News

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