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to act upon with or as if with magic

to please greatly or irresistibly

to give great or keen pleasure to

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The loss of Elvish enchantment that must ensue if the Ring is destroyed is mirrored by other losses threatening other enchantments in Tolkien's writings.
But if Ross, with his strange enchantments, is right, or at least lovable, when he says that "enchanted truth belongs to hobgoblins and fairies witches and demons lesser and greater gods," and that enchantment "belongs to them because it belongs to all things, in their nooks and crannies, in their caesuras, the breaks and ruptures that compose their bodies, that interrupt their minds and spirits" (188), then Ross will nourish a sense of fantasy that believes in itself as fantasy.
A magical night of spells, enchantment and second chances.
Wooden bells, horseshoes and hearts are part of a new Enchantments range of products which have boosted business for The Milford Collection which also makes Welsh lovespoons and fragrant products.
The enchantments to be found in this show were the results of messing with the quotidian and disarticulating cliches, rather than waxing poetic about the bliss of the everyday.
Partially funded, ironically enough, by the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, Nobody's Nothing is a concentrated and defiant defence of individual identity in a world collapsing into high-velocity enchantments of technology and mass consumption.
In part 3, on "The Dynamics of Desire," Stroud reads the play La traicion en la amistad through Lacan, Whitehack considers the psychology that underlies Zayas's use of enchantments and black magic, and El Saffar views literary devices and decisions made within the texts as signs of Zayas's personal confrontation with the social norm and with her own identity as a writer and as a woman.
And marvelous Peggy Baker, though a bit flat in inner Enchantments (1991), mined the kinetic riches of Savanno, a new solo that Fenley created on her.
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The city of Elantris used to be the dwelling of magical inhabitants whose luminescent silvery skin and AonDor enchantments gave them the status of gods.
His ability to ravish jaded eyes that think they have seen everything, to leave anyone encountering his spooked enchantments speechless, comes from his abstaining from working in (as so many of his more notoriously famous cohorts have proved unable) other media to find what only oils, pigments, pastels, and watercolors can do.
The game is filled with faithful card game translations of classic creatures, spells and enchantments, and presented in a visually stunning 3D game environment rife with real-time strategic fighting, devastating wizard arsenals and intense creature combat.
Currently in development by Secret Level, "Magic: The Gathering - Battlegrounds" is filled with faithful translations of classic creatures, spells and enchantments from the premier trading card game in a visually stunning 3D game environment rife with real-time strategic fighting, devastating wizard arsenals and intense creature combat.
When Piers becomes Parsifal's page, they journey through the countryside happening upon prominent members of the Round Table, exploring enchantments and magical worlds, and eventually embarking on a search for the Grail.
Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo conjure delightful images of Tivoli Gardens, castles and palaces, when the Midnight Sun gives way to wintertime enchantments.