conjuring trick

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Derrida, too, hints at this inherent repetitiousness of the experience of magic in Specters of Marx, when he argues that "[a] conjuring trick in fact multiplies itself, it gets carried away with itself, and is unleashed in a series" (159).
That would have spoilt one of the highlights of the season as Zarkandar and Ruby Walsh produced their own conjuring trick, having been locked up like Houdini in the pack as an unusually modest pace was set.
That is because my wife threw the sheets off her feverish body with such regularity I thought she was trying to perfect a conjuring trick.
stoic guidance time again to be lf of the season Yet nowthe Scot need mla t l d ds a conjuring trick to better even the upturn in form last time around after the New Year, when the Blues went unbeaten for so long.
Spring is her conjuring trick, the cards she had up her sleeve all winter long.
This conjuring trick will leave Birmingham with a fine hospital - and a sick financial legacy.
Wedding II couples a temptress with a leading man playing cards, suggesting that stardom is largely a conjuring trick.
The opposition, led by Tzipi Livni, accused Netanyahu of trying to perform some sort of conjuring trick, trying to have a freeze and construction at the same time.
A CHINESE man was arrested in Limassol yesterday after he tried to steal cash from a bank teller using a conjuring trick, police said.
There is one startling, if gratuitous, conjuring trick with the caskets which is so unexpected that I won't even attempt to describe it.
The doctrine of transubstantiation became a conjuring trick performed by "Mistress Missa" (63).
This, and other such remarks--about being unable directly to assert the inevitably self-destructive character of direct philosophical assertions (20), or how Wittgenstein 'acts out' ('traffics in', some might say) the very nonsense that is to be overcome (57) in order to subtly 'invite his reader to acknowledge' their tendency towards nonsense (which some might call 'leading his readers on') (66), not to mention his passing remarks on the-hand-is-faster-than-the-eye magician (of PI [section] 308) who directs our attention away from the first, really efficacious move of the conjuring trick (127)--all these suggest pretty decisively that Mulhall has attempted to affect (or entrap?
This area is whiteness itself, a state so central and so apparently unquestioned that, for Dyer, it has an "everything-and-nothing quality", and therefore can be made visible only by a very particular conjuring trick.
In the event, many of his first audiences were fascinated by the conjuring trick of making a bell ring on the other side of a room without using cable.
Stowaways," for instance, opens with a series of illusionistic dances, lit in black against a garnet backdrop, in which live performers morph into silhouettes that can be folded up and tucked away before one is even aware that a conjuring trick has occurred.