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HERBAL REMEDIES
NUMEROUS CHARMS
OTIS WILLIAMS
BANDS
SWEET
VOICE
SINGER
LONDON
HOUSE
EXPERIENCE
MAKES
QUARTET
ISLAND
ITALY
CAPITAL
HARRY
RON
LAGOONS
MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS
AMULETS
GREEKS
PEOPLE
PERSUADE
GODDESS
MAIDEN
EXALTED
CLEOPATRA
PROFESSOR
MINERVA
PENDANTS
TALISMANS
WITCHCRAFT
THEODORA
UNIQUE
BEAUTY
TARTARUS
HOGWARTS
POTIONS
MAGIC
RUNES
SPELL
SPELLS
CHARMS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Charms is the art of moving and manipulating objects by means of waving one's wand and saying magic words. (Web site)
  2. Charms is taught throughout Harry's time at Hogwarts by Filius Flitwick.
  3. Charms is taught by Professor Flitwick and the Classroom is located down the Charms corridor and has a window overlooking the front drive. (Web site)
  4. Charms were Products for eye tracking speed reading rightbrain AN ANXIOUS it.
  5. Lucky Charms is among the popular cereal brands made by the 43 cars primary sponsor General Mills. (Web site)

Herbal Remedies

  1. Treatment consisted mainly of herbal remedies and charms, but sometimes also included bloodletting. (Web site)

Numerous Charms

  1. The school has numerous charms and spells on and around it that make it impossible for any Muggle (i.e. (Web site)

Otis Williams

  1. For the doo-wop group, see Otis Williams and the Charms. (Web site)

Bands

  1. Sahajiya Imports - Specializing in Sanskrit calligraphy jewelry, ring bands, handbags, incense and charms.
  2. Still, the journey from the pure pop of those bands to the more rustic charms of Continental Drifters doesn't seem to have been a difficult one.

Sweet

  1. Notwithstanding all this, the melody of Becquer's verse is very sweet, and soon catches and charms even the foreign ear. (Web site)

Voice

  1. But Amir Khan sang Dhamar in such a way that the charms of his voice and styles, overpowered even the best specimens of Thumri.
  2. But revel in the voice; after all, Lakmé is a cardboard character, and the opera, for all its considerable charms, isn't another Ring cycle. (Web site)

Singer

  1. This Otis Williams is not to be confused with the lead singer of Otis Williams and the Charms. (Web site)

London

  1. The very charms that have made Lily the toast of London attract the notorious Ripper and a terrifying fate that may be worse than death. (Web site)

House

  1. He put up a small image of a protecting god at the entrance to his house and wore charms upon his person.

Experience

  1. Evening at leisure to visit the picturesque main town of Chora and experience the subdued charms of this peaceful island.

Makes

  1. He returns convincingly dressed as a lady and charms the director, but Charlie never makes it into the film.

Quartet

  1. Hitch is an amiable if rote romantic comedy that maximizes the charms of its quartet of leads.
  2. Summary: Severus in Charms class, and the Gryffindor trio becomes a quartet. (Web site)

Island

  1. He then touched at an island which was the home of Circe, a powerful enchantress, who exercised her charms on his companions and turned them into swine.

Italy

  1. I think I'd read anything set in Italy, and Iain Pears does a wonderful job conveying its charms in this series.

Capital

  1. Damascus, capital of Syria, is a distinguished city which charms the visitor with its old quarters and its modern aspect. (Web site)
  2. The capital of Siberia, Russia's third-largest city, Novosibirsk in winter offers few explicit charms. (Web site)

Harry

  1. Shortly after the Charms class, when Ron makes a hurtful remark about Hermione to Harry, she overhears him and tearfully retreats to a girls' bathroom.

Ron

  1. Harry and Ron are surprised when she misses Charms; having walked with them to the class. (Web site)
  2. After Ron criticises Hermione's ostentatious proficiency in Charms, she hides in tears in the girls' toilet.

Lagoons

  1. Pure air, vast horizons, fertile valleys and lagoons are just a handful of the charms the Seia region has to offer to those who visit throughout the wear. (Web site)

Mountain Climbers

  1. Kamikochi is also the gateway to the surrounding peaks and charms many mountain climbers.

Amulets

  1. Many drivers in Taiwan decorate their cars with charms, amulets, statuettes, and religious slogans for protection against accidents.
  2. Cures, mainly for toothache and 'tooth worm' were based on herbal remedies, charms and amulets. (Web site)
  3. Many Roman also wore amulets and lucky charms, to avert the 'evil eye'.

Greeks

  1. He was captivated with her charms, and to win her in marriage agreed to use his influence with the Greeks to grant peace to Troy. (Web site)

People

  1. The people to this day continue the grace and charms that are closely associated with Thailand are the inspiration for "The Legend".
  2. In gratitude, Apalala began using his charms to keep the other powerful dragons of the area in check and protect the people of the region.
  3. As people ponder on the rich connotations and charms of these Chinese characters, a "New Beijing" has thus been brought forward. (Web site)

Persuade

  1. The lady will persuade the drivers to do wrong as she offers herself to the one man able to survive her charms.
  2. Hermes also used his ingenuity and abilities to persuade the nymph Calypso to release Odysseus, the wandering hero, from her charms. (Web site)

Goddess

  1. Goddess of sacred poetry, charms, words of power.

Maiden

  1. In the word Mohiniattam, Mohini means a maiden who charms the onlooker and attam means dance. (Web site)
  2. FOR BEST PRICE Medusa Elite Collection Adult Celebrated for her personal charms, this mythological icon was once a beautiful maiden.

Exalted

  1. All Exalted have the ability to manipulate Essence, the building-block of creation, through the use of Charms. (Web site)

Cleopatra

  1. Antony, going to the east, was captivated by the charms of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt and formerly mistress of Caesar, and with her planned an eastern empire. (Web site)
  2. Octavian refused to yield to the charms of Cleopatra, who, according to tradition, put an end to her own life by applying an asp to her bosom. (Web site)

Professor

  1. The head of this house is the Charms professor, Filius Flitwick, and the house ghost is The Grey Lady.

Minerva

  1. Juno and Minerva, in consequence of the slight put upon their charms by Paris, were hostile to the Trojans; Venus for the opposite cause favoured them. (Web site)

Pendants

  1. Sterling Silver Charms is a term used for jewelry that encircles the body parts with pendants, gemstones, mementos, religious articles etc.

Talismans

  1. Catherine Yronwode's Lucky Mojo site includes a large collection of essays on amulets, talismans, charms, sacred geometry, and sacred landscape. (Web site)

Witchcraft

  1. The place for black and white magic spells, charms, voodoo, high magic, witchcraft and the conjuring of spirits.

Theodora

  1. Although Andronicus was at that time fifty-six years old, age had not diminished his charms, and Theodora became the next victim of his artful seduction. (Web site)

Unique

  1. Among their other charms, the night markets of Taiwan are absolutely unique.

Beauty

  1. But believe it or not, the city which is so close to Bangkok hides many charms and much beauty. (Web site)
  2. The romantic-comedy "Leap Year" gets by, barely, on the charms of its stars and the beauty of its Irish scenery.

Tartarus

  1. The myth may have been mistakenly derived from another Orpheus legend in which he travels to Tartarus and charms the goddess Hecate.

Hogwarts

  1. Filius Flitwick is the Charms Master at Hogwarts and the head of Ravenclaw.
  2. Filius Flitwick[1] (born October 17, year unknown) [2] is the Charms professor and head of Ravenclaw house [3] at Hogwarts.

Potions

  1. Then you ought to do charms, always useful, and Potions.

Magic

  1. Freya is said to have a talent for witchcraft and it is said that when she came to Asgard she instructed the gods about magic charms and potions. (Web site)
  2. She was the goddess of enchantments and magic charms, and sent demons to earth to torture mortals. (Web site)
  3. In Glorantha, magic operates from the everyday level of prayers and charms to the creation and maintenance of the world. (Web site)

Runes

  1. Thus a catalogue of runes, or charms, was tacked on, and also a set of proverbs, differing essentially in form from those comprising the main collection. (Web site)
  2. Thus the lists of magic charms in the Edda referred to above are called runes. (Web site)

Spell

  1. A powerful crystal for transmitting energy, Aragonite can be used to amplify prayers or charms and direct the energy of a spell to its target.
  2. Charms: A spell or object possessing magic power. (Web site)

Spells

  1. Magic also flourished among the Polynesians, who used incantations, charms, and spells to summon the gods or ask for their guidance or assistance. (Web site)
  2. Many great witches and wizards teach the students of Hogwarts how to produce spells and charms, counter hexes, and brew potions.
  3. He earned a great fame as powerful excorcist and was invited by King Trisong Detsen to come to Tibet to subdue evil opponents through his charms and spells. (Web site)

Charms

  1. Charites The Charites were the Greek goddesses of gracefulness and the charms of beauty.
  2. It contains the personal stories of five Dawn Caste Solars, plus new charms, artefacts and signature characters.
  3. This policy means that the badges may NOT be used on bracelets as charms, lapel pins, pendants, rings, etc., until you are an alumna member. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Artefacts
  2. Spells
  3. Languages > Language > Writing > Runes
  4. Potions
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Time > History > Magic
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