sorceress


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a woman who practices magic

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But since your reverend wisdom hath discovered this Jewish quean to be a sorceress, perchance it may account fully for his enamoured folly.''
Prepare the Castle-hall for the trial of the sorceress.''
Doubt not he will ruin thee, if thou affordest him a pretext so fair as thy protection of a Jewish sorceress. Give him his scope in this matter, for thou canst not control him.
``They would swear the mother that bore them a sorceress for a zecchin,'' said the Preceptor.
In the civilized countries I believe there are no witches left, nor wizards, nor sorceresses, nor magicians.
In Dido and Aeneas, we saw for the first time the masterpiece without Morris, who had dominated previous productions with his mesmerizing, gender-bending double portrayal of both Dido and her enemy, the Sorceress. Here Amber Darragh, long, elegant, and stunning, with a profile made in heaven, was the tragic Dido to Craig Biesecker's increasingly authoritative Aeneas.
Once upon a time in the charming backwater village of Ripplebrook in the Kingdom of Melinower, the Sorceress Amanda turned Prince Hal into a frog for daring to break into her castle.
In the sixteenth canto of Torquato Tasso's Jerusalem Delivered, the Christian paladin Rinaldo prepares to abandon the pagan sorceress Armida and her amorous enchantments in order to return to his martial and religious duties.
Walker has since sung roles in Handel's Rinaldo in Munich, Monteverdi's Il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria with New York City Opera, and the drag role of the Sorceress in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas.
Circe In Greek legend, a sorceress, the daughter of Helios (the sun god), and the ocean nymph Perse.
The swan returns for him, and he goes, but not before retransforming the swan into Elsa's brother Gottfried, who, by the wiles of the sorceress Ortrud, had been obliged to assume that form.
Toronto, Canada, October 29, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Author JF Garrard's International House of Vampires: Book 1 - The Undead Sorceress, has been rejected by friends and publishers over the last two years, so she created a Kickstarter campaign (October 26-November 26, 2013) to prove that the market is ready for multicultural fantasy books.
The result was "Arthur and the Curse of the Rain Sorceress," a DVD aimed at children ages 4 to 10, released last year by Mr.
And now former security guard Kristian Herzog has told TMZ.com that Grigorieva wanted "to pressure Mel to pay her money" and suggested she plotted the extortion early on, branding her a "sexual sorceress".