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  • One day while cleaning a room she discovers she has the ability to throw her voice in a magical way which she calls illusing.

    Fairest - by Gail Carson Levine

  • One day while cleaning a room she discovers she has the ability to throw her voice in a magical way which she calls illusing.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • It seemed to me that a major difficulty in the sustained reading of Ulysses lay in the gradual accumulation of irritations: simple errors, eccentric and wrong spellings, flawed punctuation, excessive use of compounds (as in "wellknown," "illusing," "softlyfeatured"), mistakes that might or might not have significance, absurd potential symbolisms (such as Kidd's conflation of Captain Buller with Byron), the consequent necessity of footnotes, all embodied in an outdated typographical layout.

    'Making the Wrong Joyce': An Exchange

  • Harold's cross bridge for illusing the poor horse with his harness scab.

    Ulysses

  • In 1819, a woman was tried and sentenced to imprisonment in Yarmouth Gaol, for cruelly beating and illusing her child, and her crime became the talk of the town.

    Character

  • Aza is terrified at the prospect, but upon arriving at the castle she meets the Queen-to-be and after she discovers Aza’s illusing powers, they become quick friends.

    Fairest - by Gail Carson Levine

  • Aza is terrified at the prospect, but upon arriving at the castle she meets the Queen-to-be and after she discovers Aza’s illusing powers, they become quick friends.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • I scolded that tramdriver on Harold’s cross bridge for illusing the poor horse with his harness scab.

    Ulysses

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