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sorcerer

Paranormal
A shaman in the Middle Ages who sold cures, spells and hexes.
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The sorcerer tames these insects by feeding them with violet ginger, violet rice and violet gabi, and other plants and fruits with a violet shade.
According to the police, "the so-called sorcerer performed witchcraft for around three hours inside the morgue."
Dayasiri Jayasekara threatened to sue a sorcerer for claiming that at his request she cast a spell over Pakistan to ensure Sri Lanka's victory.
That is why it is startling for me to recall the sour reception that my students gave "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" in the fall of 1999, when it appeared on the syllabus of my Princeton University course on popular literature, "American Best Sellers," which I had been teaching since 1993.
The empirical scope of the book centres on the killing of a hundred alleged sorcerers in Banyuwangi district.
The images show the character Sorcerer Supreme, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, being attacked, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Appearing in the lead role of the Sorcerer is Graham Weston, who is also producing the show.
The grade B final completed the evening's racing with in-form Mel Langford persuading the sometimes reluctant Beacons Sorcerer to claim a popular victory for the Bevan family from Llanddewi, in front of Kickstart (Williams Brecon) with Ayr Ontario (Weigel Llanddewi Velfrey) in third.
After a terrible accident in which she lost her mother, Joan feels responsible for keeping her family--cousin Ben, sister Ruby, and sorcerer Uncle Jed--going.
ONE of the region's top visitor attractions has fallen victim to a sorcerer's spell in the run-up to Christmas.
Illyria, one of the UK's top open air theatre companies, brings The Sorcerer's Apprentice to the south Liverpool park on Friday and Saturday.