from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of necromance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Practising necromancy.
- n. The art or practices of a necromancer; conjuring.
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Since we're necromancing, I'll update my experiences and recommendations for paint.
But though Naitachal means every word he says, and though Gawaine has known all along that things might get a little un - comfortable for a human with a Dark Elf master, neither has guessed what temptations the future might hold: for Gawaine to forsake his master, and for Naitachal to go back to his old necromancing ways.
Of course Gawaine doesn't believe them; Naitachal has always treated him well and honorably, explaining that though he once was a necromancing Dark Elf, and still has the ebon skin of the breed, he long ago forsook all things black In order to be - come the first elven Bard.
I was well aware, before I saw him, that in the royal presence, like the dead soldier in Lucan, whom the mighty necromancing witch tortures back into a momentary life, I must have no voice except for _answers_: --
And here are necromancing figures, "(taking up the Doctor's mathematical exercises,)" squares and triangles, and the sun, moon and stars, which
Sorry to revive an old thread (I've been accused of necromancing before), but what is the logic behind rotating the separated top fields before NNEDI in relation to reducing vertical flicker (shimmering or over-bobbing, as I'd call it)?
It was programmed into a time machine, possibly by the combination of technologies at the disposal of necromancing wizards.