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Nai says fortune-telling showed her a different side of herself by connecting her with her roots.
No, residents of the rural town aren't outraged by the practice of fortune-telling.
Fortune-telling is technically illegal in Bahrain, where it is considered by some to be a form of sorcery.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida, Ramadan 21, 1432, Aug 21, 2011, SPA -- Prosecutors say a South Florida family of Gypsies amassed $40 million in a fortune-telling scam, warning victims that if they didn't follow their advice, terrible things would happen to them or their loved ones, according to AP.
The agency has created a new website that it says brings fortune-telling into a digital age.
These days are also characterized by prayers for rain, fortune-telling and divination.
Cobra On the eve of the ceremony, Brand entertained the guests including comedian David Baddiel with a fortune-telling parrot, a black cobra, Bollywood dancers and fire-eaters.
in Japan, you usually find Omikuji, sacred fortune-telling lots, along with
The displayed fortune-telling books were brought from Topkapi Palace in Turkey as well as from Berlin and New York.
Malachy and Mercedes' fortune-telling scam fails to bring in the punters until Dom steps into their tent to see what's gong on.
Iranian clerics have long disapproved of this practice, saying that fortune-telling has no scientific or logical basis.
Kurmanbek Bakiev said that it is possible to find the way out of crisis only "through implementation of some measures, rather than fortune-telling and guessing.
Major dictionaries like the OED include words like FRILLLESS and BOSSSHIP without hyphens, and the OED also has SEEER (umlaut on third E) as 'one who sees' (as distinct from a fortune-telling 'seer').
On the Chino-planet of Shan Shen, Donna accepts the offer of a free fortune-telling.
The fortune-telling was a no-brainer since it was the time when most new graduates in India were planning to go abroad for further studies and eventually look for work.