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sorcerer

Paranormal
A shaman in the Middle Ages who sold cures, spells and hexes.

sorcerer (sōrˑ·ser·er),

n in several traditional cultures, a person who employs knowledge and prayer to bring about negative ends for a personal purpose. This person may propel forces of negativity, such as spirits that cause disease and embody destructive thoughts, or remove a victim's life energy. Stones, herbs, charms, and physical objects taken from the person being victimized are used to cast spells. Also called
dida:hnese:sg(i). See healers.
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There will be excerpts from The Sorceror, The Mikado, Iolanthe, The Pirates of Penzance and the Gondoliers as well as Songs from the Shows.
Runner-up Sorceror and fourth home Indian Spring have won since.
Fourth to Sorceror on his hurdling debut at Punchestown, the Marju gelding then ran creditably, on the same course, against the smart Sports Line, which franked the form when scoring impressively at Naas last month.
A double on the card instigated by Sorceror took the trainer's tally in 2009 to six wins, the same as in the preceding nine months.
Fourth to Sorceror on his hurdling debut, Dundrum made odds-on favourite Sports Line work for his maiden win on the same track last month.
Sorceror set up a double for Arthur Moore and Davy Russell when taking the five-year-old maiden hurdle by a length and three-quarters from Acapulco.
Sorceror Telfer had produced a victory, the manner of which no one thought possible.
Earlier, Realt Dubh, conqueror of subsequent maiden winner Sorceror at Leopardstown before proving no match for classy Cousin Vinny at Naas, looks best in the Five Day Festival Hurdle.
And, last time, Power Of Attorney was again noted making late headway when third behind Realt Dubh and subsequent winner Sorceror at Leopardstown over Christmas.
Supporters of the 9-10 favourite looked in trouble when newcomer Sorceror jumped the last a few lengths clear but Paul Carberry conjured a late surge on Noel Meade's Thurles bumper winner to wear down the leader close home.