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    Magic

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    anything extraordinary about the word magic. I pretty much knew what the word magic meant, from the comic books I read and the television I watch. It did however, make me view the word in more depth. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not implying in any way that the word magic, is dull, because it is just the opposite. I’m simply stating that because of my fascination with the subject of magic, I am already familiar with its background and capabilities. I chose the word magic because the concept of any human being

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    Magic And Science

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    scientifically. Magic and magicians have certain function in society. The impossible becomes unexplainable, whether it is fact or fiction. But truly in the minds of magicians, their purpose in life is to leave a mystery, a mystery that science is unable to explain. They leave their mark and give people something to think about, a mark which will never be forgotten. Although magic is able to deceive the minds of many, few understand its effect of misdirection of the human mind. The first accounts of magic were

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    The Magic in Me

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    “All the world is made of faith, trust and pixie dust” (J.M Barrie Peter Pan). For the first four years of my life, I was a fairy. Fluttering around with my wings and my magic wand, causing havoc everywhere I went. I was unstoppable and certainly a force to be reckoned with. Life was as simple as it gets. Maybe it was the magic only a little girl has. I watched the world with sparkling eyes, arms wide open. The world was a beautiful place and we get so little time so live life to the fullest. Of

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    The Magic of a Dog

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    The Magic of a Dog I knew he was gone the moment I awoke on Christmas morning. While other families somewhere laughed, smiled, and opened presents, I could only stare listlessly at my own presents, and those placed in the shopping bag in the corner, never to be opened. With the death of my beloved golden retriever, Kennedy, a part of me had also died. For Kennedy was no ordinary dog. I was born with a disability. Although I have done intensive physical therapy since I was small and

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    The Magic Within

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    Magic tricks have fascinated people of all ages for centuries. From David Copperfield to Chris Angel, many performers use magic to amaze and astound. One of the least elaborate types of magic tricks is the card trick. There are two main types of card tricks: there are mathematical card tricks and sleight of hand card tricks. The former are simple to learn, but do not impress audiences. To really attract attention, an aspiring magician should learn sleight of hand card tricks. Sleight of hand

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    The Magic Of Queen

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    but different in some way – a mixture of ethereal mysticism, magic and strength. It was for the first time that I started looking for complexity in music, not only for... ... middle of paper ... ...e, needed to go on in the hearts of those who loved his music. "My soul is painted like the wings of butterflies," Freddie sang. This is exactly the portrait he left in the minds of his fans. He transferred me into the world of magic and fairytales, and this is what almost everyone of us needs from

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    Black Magic vs. White Magic in Shakespeare’s The Tempest “A man who governs his passions is “truly wise”…. The heavens have not seen nor has the earth borne a more glorious person than the man who always obeys reason. Not all the crowns of the world can adorn his head fittingly; only eternity can recompense one of such high virtue. To have a quiet soul is the only pleasure of the world” (Anderson 173-4). Where is the line drawn between good and bad magic? Who decides which form of magic is

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    Do you enjoy card games? Ever play pokemon or yugioh. If you liked pokemon but wished it was more for an older audience you will love what i am going to teach you how to play. The game you will learn how to play is magic the gathering a trading card game based in a world of wizards. In this game you take on the persona of a wizard summon creators, cast spells, enchantments, and read from your library, also known as your deck. the first thing you need is a deck luckily pre made decks can be bought

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    Magic Johnson

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    Kareem could pull up for his patented sky hook, they could dish to Worthy for the dunk and Rambis could pull down a rebound, but without a certain Magic there would be no showtime in L.A. A certain young player who had it all, a flashy smile and a great no look pass. That certain player was a true point guard, Earvin Johnson Jr. There are five magic parts to Earvin Johnson Jr.’s life. 	On August 14, 1959 in Lansing, Michigan, Christine and Earvin Johnson gave birth to their third child, a beautiful

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    The Magic of Books

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    The books that lined the shelves were of many different colors, of many varying ages, and of many various authors. The bindings were leather and paper and even a cotton fabric material, and the lettering embossed upon them was in gold and silver and sometimes in plain ink. Authors that had been passed on reverently from age to age sat mightily in their rightful places, next to their respective equals: such writers as Defoe and Hawthorne sat side by side, while others, like Whitman and Thoreau surrounded

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