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  • n. Plural form of fascinum.

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Examples

  • The vintage bird collection, designed by Jim Mullan, was inspired by his fascina ...

    Sex, science and statistics Boing Boing

  • Speaking of which, one other thing que me fascina is the way that Spanglishistas prefer the Spanish 'j' spelling to signify laughter over the English 'h' spelling.

    Bill Santiago: Porque Because: Harry the Dirty

  • Only a word from the object of their fascina - tion, Gisella, put a halt to their antics.

    Stalling

  • Then they mounted swiftlier than the twinkling of the eyelid; the raven of the wold croaked and the two hosts, looking each at other with the eye of fascina tion, formed in line-array and prepared for fight and fray.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The New York Times | It's my virtual world O Second Life, jogo modelado de acordo com os princípios do metaverso de Neal stephenson, fascina com a sua promessa de uma verdadeira realidade virtual, onde as regras do mundo físico não se aplicam, mas as regras económicas permitem capitalizar o jogo no mundo real.

    Leituras

  • É isso que me fascina, esta minuciosa variação de um padrão repetitivo.

    Post Script

  • A todos nos fascina intentar predecir que va a sacar Apple en el futuro.

    Apple’s Dream Factory

  • Before he had gone a mile, Chess found a new fascina - tion.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • As I turned the pages, Garland Swope's fascina-ti. on with the grotesque, the stillborn, and the deadly evolved before my eyes.

    Blood Test

  • Though they were impatient to reich the comnarative safety of the mountain range, the others matched their pace to his, half in respect and half in fascina - tion that a man could cling to life for so long -

    Storm Bringer

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