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MYSTIC. In a secret manner; concealed; as mystic testament, for a secret testament. Vide 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 3138; Testament Mystic.

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Klaus offed plenty of women while he was in Mystic Falls, but the moonstone reference makes it likely that this particular plaque is for Jenna (Sara Canning), Elena's aunt.
Rachelle's quest for the Five Seals of Truth -- a task she must complete in time to save both worlds -- deepens her development as a Mystic, a person who sees the world outside of the strict dualities imposed by the majority.
Mystic poetry and singing proved that Pakistan's culture was very rich, they said.
He wrote About 40,000 songs, 7,000 Naats and 3,000 writings of mystic poetry.
12 January 2017 - US-based hotel owner Hersha Hospitality Trust (NYSE: HT) has redeemed its interest in its Mystic Partners joint-venture, the company said.
Optimized to achieve a unique combination of jetness, coverage, sparkle and luster, SunShine Mystic Black pigment is based on synthetic mica, which provides a soft skin feel and high color purity compared to natural mica.
Ava finds that all the clues point to the killer being a fire mystic, one of her own.
- US-based life science technology company Mystic Pharmaceuticals, Inc has received a patent from the United States Patent Office for its "Dose Dispensing Containers" (US Patent 9,248,076 B2), the company said.
The Making of a Mystic: Writing as a Form of Spiritual Emergence provides a combination memoir and guiding light that describes the author's own spiritual transformation and, though her experiences, shows readers how to uncover their own spiritual changes through writing.
Chesapeake Beach, MD, March 06, 2015 --( Mystic Botanical welcomes the public to its new eco fashion/friendly online store.