Oh, and witch’s curses …
He regularly curses at them, some say.
The application of new technologies to commodities may alleviate whatever curses natural resources can bring.
The tracking software has already prompted a stream of curses from Amman.
The dog lunged forward eagerly, sniffing at the ground, the young man following with muttered curses.
His animals wandered and fought among the dismantled motors in his tiny courtyard and earned curses from his wife.
Christians feared their souls being damned, and this made curses that involved damning a person’s soul to hell especially powerful.
Hundreds of protesters were gathering outside the gates, shouting curses at President Trump and in some cases throwing bricks and bottles.
Then she went on to suggest dubbing in curses for those moments in her run to love when she trips over her gown and topples from a boulder.
Meryl Streep stars as The Witch who curses a childless Baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt) in this mash-up of famous fairytales.
They should be outraged, too, at the infant mortality, illiteracy, lack of clean drinking water and countless other curses that afflict the poor.
The bells of the neighbouring church made a jangling tumult, a cart carelessly driven smashed, amid shrieks and curses, against the water trough up the street.
(Muriisa is a herbalist, not an omufumu, who is paid to put curses on people, according to Innocent Tumusiingize, a local dentist who leads the visit and translates.
In the National Museum of Damascus are antique books of black magic or witchcraft listing curses and spells designed to dumbfound or destroy whatever enemy is targeted by the user.
Sample curses: “May your child give his Bar Mitzvah speech on the genius of Ayn Rand”; “May you be reunited in the world to come with your ancestors, who were all socialist garment workers.”
From phantoms and curses to spells and possessions, this New Wave representative is a furiously paced, Cheung Chau-set horror farce which throws every creepy facet of Chinese superstition at the audience.
Then followed a confusion of kicks, cuffs, tramplings and plungings, accompanied by a thunderous intermingling of volleyed curses, and finally a bitter apostrophe to the mule, which must have broken its spirit, for hostilities seemed to cease from that moment.
It was business as usual: shoving crowds, curses, sudden salvos of laughter; soldiers on leave hurrying back to the front, soldiers on leave hurrying home; representatives from the female arm of the Hitler Youth, the League of German Girls, passing out hot drinks and giggling when the soldiers pawed them.
The treaty form in written texts was highly developed and flexible but usually exhibited the following structure: preamble, historical prologue, stipulations, provisions for deposit and public reading, witnesses, and curses and blessings formulas. (1) The preamble names the overlord who grants the treaty-covenant to…
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The treaty form in written texts was highly developed and flexible but usually exhibited the following structure preamble historical prologue stipulations provisions for deposit and public reading witnesses and curses and blessings formulas 1 The preamble names the overlord who grants the treaty-covenant to…