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  • v. Present participle of ensorcell.


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  • Yes, capital can be an ensorcelling web of symbols mistaken for reality, hypnotizing the world into walking off a cliff, keeping people from doing the needful thing unless it's "monetized."

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  • He speculates it may be a desire to be "less judgmental," then decides it's part of the inexorable march (or ensorcelling, as he puts it) of "change."

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  • Beyond his smooth-jazz façade, the reassuring baritone and that ensorcelling smile, the 45-year-old had moments of looking conflicted.

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  • Still, her heart skipped a beat when she realized that her father was walking toward that same cluster of stones where she had witnessed Melina Shield ensorcelling Sapphire and Jet.

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  • His song spiraled with her, wrapping her in ensorcelling praise.

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  • Indeed, God had clad him in the habit of beauty and crowned him with the crown of perfection: his eyes were more ensorcelling than Harout and

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  • Steve Esmonde opened the bottom of the inning by striking Ogden, granting him first base uncontested, the ensorcelling sack awarded after a plangent plunking.

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  • Playing a second string chanteur, Gerard Depardieu (in his best work in years), is paired with the ensorcelling

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  • Try a scarcely unconscionable ensorcelling in your dwellingReading Eagle, PA

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  • RITA-award winner Barbara Samuel has an ensorcelling ability to reach inside of you with her writings to tug at heart strings you didn’t know you had.

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