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And they will have to be watched at every age, in order that we may see whether they preserve their resolution, and never, under the influence either of force or enchantment, forget or cast off their sense of duty to the State.
I was in a dismal state by this time; indeed, I was hardly enough in my right mind to keep the run of a dispute that sprung up as to how I had better be killed, the possibility of the killing being doubted by some, because of the enchantment in my clothes.
When the day came on which the sentence was to be executed, it was the last day of the six years in which she must not speak or laugh, and now she had freed her dear brothers from the power of the enchantment.
As I gazed upon it I felt a spell of overpowering fascination--it was Mars, the god of war, and for me, the fighting man, it had always held the power of irresistible enchantment.
Twas an alien place, full of weird, evasive enchantment and magicry.
After spending two months in Moscow in a state of enchantment, seeing Kitty almost every day in society, into which he went so as to meet her, he abruptly decided that it could not be, and went back to the country.
The game graphically interprets the creatures, artifacts and enchantments from the Fourth Edition, plus additional creatures, spells and artifacts from the upcoming Mirage expansion set.
Duel Mode allows players to duel against the computer or other players and build a customized tome of spells, artifacts and enchantments.
Children grow up quickly, so take the time to Celebrate all of Life's Enchanted Moments," said Petite Enchantments Founder, Donna Marini, mother of three and grandmother of two.
Curry listed as examples of such metaphorical or ordinary enchantments nature, love, ritual, art, sports, food, and learning ("Enchantment" 101).
Set in the contemporary social world of Oxford, The Last Enchantments follows Yale graduate William Baker, his academic friends, and the intelligent young woman who turns his life upside down.
Fantastic mask-wearing spirits populate the island of The Tempest and a bare-chested Ariel fluidly moves around the treetops and plains to weave his enchantments on the unsuspecting shipwrecked survivors of the storm.