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As in the case of the Joan of Arc episode (and this adds to its marvel), it was the wind that brought the talismanic gift.
Rich and beautiful in all their former ruby colour—but there is a fearful talismanic power in their beauty.
THE CAVALIERS OF VIRGINIAWILLIAM A. CARUTHERS
It is well known that, during the middle ages, many and various objects were supposed to possess talismanic virtues.
The talismanic touch of gold struck instant peace, and a compact of amity followed.
THE HEROINEEATON STANNARD BARRETT
Somewhat similar talismanic power attached to the down from the young antler of the deer when properly consecrated.
He picked it up and has kept it since as his talisman, as money is the talismanic power of the white man.
Ulûñsû′tĭ—“Transparent”; the great talismanic crystal of the Cherokee.
Echo caught the talismanic sound and wafted it to the remotest bounds of every nation on wings of mighty wind.
This talismanic production sealed the fate of British power in patriotic Delaware—small in size but a giant in action.
At such a time the sprightliness and proverbial drollery of Mr. Smith were a talismanic antidote against despondency.

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