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Folk medicine A talisman used to ward off evil and promote health


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And what could be more jovial than Santa Claus, candy cane or snowflake charms in rose gold?
The silver charms were collected before she was married and include a cross, a sea horse, a mustard seed with scripture on the back of the charm and several others.
St Joseph's RC Primary School pupil Francesca, who lives with Audrey in the Longlands area of Middlesbrough, has around 25 of the charms.
The toxic charms were supplied by Manchester-based RMS International.
Dottie's Charms begins a new chapter in the life of this indie rocker.
By the 1950s the fashion for charm bracelets had spread, with most jewellers stocking small commemorative or souvenir charms that could be added gradually to a bracelet.
An amazing selection of charm bracelets has gone up for sale at auctioneers and valuers Fellows & Sons, based at Hockley.
Lucky Charms has been a family favorite at the breakfast table for 40 years," adds Jon Horn, associate marketing manager.
To purchase: Make check payable to: Atlanta Chapter, Charms Incorporated and mail to: Atlanta Chapter, Charms Incorporated, Attn: Cheryl Smith, 215 Pebblecreek Place, Atlanta, GA 30331-8069.
NEW YORK-Although there is at least one ingenious mother-in-law out there who believes a colored twist tie is the easiest and most practical way to identify her wine glass at parties, plenty of manufacturers and retailers are banking on wine charms as the add-on item for the summer.
I wish to point to a liturgical analogue for three of the five surviving Anglo-Saxon charms which deal with cattle theft.