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  • v. Present participle of exorcize.


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  • I know alot of seedy people, but that doesn't make me one of them (including my Pastor who went kinda bonkers and started exorcizing demons from people).

    A Clinton backer turns to McCain

  • Therefore I would probably have referred the young woman for a mental health assessment before concluding that she was in need of a good exorcizing.

    Priest Carries Out Exorcism In Front Of Congregation

  • France, my suspicion is that the celebrants in Calcutta are exorcizing the dangers of social and cultural apostasy by turning the defeat of Tipu into a phanttasmatic victory over France.

    Projection, Patriotism, Surrogation: Handel in Calcutta

  • It would be poetic to write that I was a 16-year-old exorcizing my father's demons by exercising my own.

    A Tumultuous Year Creates a Sprinter

  • That's also happening with our exorcizing cash registers.

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2008

  • Are you serious when you talk about exorcizing the cash registers and things like that or is it just to bring about this point to people that we've really lost control when it comes to spending?

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2008

  • Maybe this is part of what we do as a species to start exorcizing the demons that this kind of Pandora's Box-opening will unleash.

    Talking a Tragedy to Death

  • BETH: I began exorcizing a year ago and I've gone from a size 22 to a 14, and now I want to do something about my diet.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2004

  • CULTURAL/BELIEFS: Leaves used by medicine men in exorcizing spirits and used to produce smoke in ceremonies for sick cattle

    Chapter 7

  • It had also, she now realized, been a way of exorcizing the horror that had unfolded at Philip Hawkin's trial.

    A Place of Execution


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