sorcery

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Sorcery reads backwards—and I saw him so read from that scroll of his.

Witchcraft and sorcery he called it, and in Zuñi to be accused of witchcraft is death.

But they, deaf alike to the song and the sorcery, rowed harder than ever.

He had acquired the art of sorcery through the cultivation of magic.

The history of psychiatry and sorcery proves that we are not exaggerating.

It is not as the consequence of a poison-speck in her own heart that she has recourse to sorcery.

In all kinds of writers we may remark an infinity of stories of magic, spells and sorcery.

It's to the big force behind her, the sorcery of nature, don't you see?

She was too good and innocent for sorcery to have power over her.

The old Grecian and Italian sorcery appears to have been rather mild.

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