17:1-4) and a curse
from Carthage (KAI 89): Canaanite precedents for Greek and Latin curses
afflicts the winners of auctions, and it goes like this: When several competitors bid on an item of uncertain value, the competitor whose bid is most favorable to the seller wins the auction.
4 : a cause of great harm or evil <All this money has been nothing but a curse
TWO men have been charged with the sexual assault of a woman who believed they could lift a black magic curse
put on her family.
It is believed that the family ignored the curse
and continued to use the land until one of their sons was thrown from his horse and killed.
Brigham's has confirmed it will be renaming its "legendary championship" flavor, Curse
The thieves don't realise what damage they have done because, as historian Ted Rudge has explained, there is a curse
on anyone who interferes with this plaque.
that results from turning from the Lord and relying on human strength is borne by images of being dry, barren, and unnourished.
His 14-tonne granite 'Cursing Stone' made to help the city of Carlisle celebrate the new millennium contained a 1,069-word curse
invoked by the Bishop of Glasgow in 1575.
Indeed, many people believed that the famed diamond's alleged curse
would bring tragedy to the United States.
They offer to pay him to curse
the advancing tribes of Jacob.