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- At Bangui police station, a number of detectives specialize in rooting out sorcery.
- I don't think that she will use sorcery often because it would make her easier to track.
- The time of swords and sorcery has been the setting for many a motion picture.
- For younger children it is a trainee wizard, Harry Potter, who is exciting their enthusiasm for spells and sorcery.
- Cathena protests that there must be some reason that the Prophets condemn sorcery.
- These elaborate carved objects commemorate the deaths of those killed in battle or by sorcery.
- His treatment of demonism is written as an antidote to the outbreak of sorcery.
- It strikes me that a lot of people don't seem to even think about sorcery in these terms, or relate their practice directly to the world around them.
- The new villages were built over the sea some two hundred metres from shore as a guard against warfare and sorcery.
- Another legacy of the nobility to filter down to the streets is a fondness for witchcraft and sorcery.
- He did on one occasion but this was actually the product of sorcery and not some innate ability.
- Therefore, a miraculous act proves nothing, for it can be done through enchantment and sorcery.
- I don't know whether you believe in witchcraft, sorcery, black magic, and all that kind of thing.
- All magic systems have warnings about what happens when sorcery is used against others.
- A practising witch, she wound up under guard after she plotted to kill her stepson Henry V by sorcery.
- Big men often purport to be powerful spirit mediums and to possess both healing powers and deadly war sorcery.
- They had many powers, but their strongest mastery was in sorcery.
- The conspirators were tried for sorcery and condemned to death.
- Many of them practice witchcraft and sorcery as an integral part of the Muslim religious system.
- In the film that crashed to shore this summer, none of this soft-headed nonsense about fate and sorcery is permitted.