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And never expect, never believe in, thaumaturgic conversions.
Falk claimed to possess thaumaturgic powers and to be able to discover hidden treasure.
The water—the terrible thaumaturgic stream—clung to him more inseparably than the brand-mark on a slave's arm.
Suppose, for the sake of argument, we are concerned with a case of thaumaturgic healing.
ORTHODOXYG. K. CHESTERTON
We do not wonder that in these translating thaumaturgic exploits God and Devil get mistaken for each other.
It is the Thought of man; the true thaumaturgic virtue; by which man works all things whatsoever.
In this the success of the young apostle was marvellously aided by his thaumaturgic development.
The thaumaturgic phases of mythology are the embryonic stages of philosophy, science being the fully developed form.
The true thaumaturgic virtue by which man marks all things whatever.

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