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Imagine my horror when instead of a glossy announcement of the instore arrival of such aforementioned treasures, I instead received a far darker and menacing communication - the electronic evil eye had cast its gaze upon this particular radgie gadgie.
The Gusii people believe in a phenomenon called evil eye (ebibiriri) where a child develops high fever and breathing becomes difficult.
SQUARE GO The herd back off as rhino mum gives them the evil eye to protect calf
Soha Ali Khan's five-month-old daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu is enjoying popularity on social media and the author says that she has been trying to ward off the evil eye due to this.
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In some countries, the evil eye is a curse believed to be cast by a malevolent gaze, usually when a person is unaware of it.
It's all evil eyes, terribly evil eyes on your white waters!
The abnormal and obsessive fear of the evil eye, or envy, makes many people in this country act in strange and irrational ways to ward off harm, say experts.
"Something that protects the person from damage of evil eye and poison of the animals and it is reading of the some words by the witches" [6,8].
The evil eye is one of the world's oldest and most widely held superstitions.
Under the pretext of removing evil eye, she seized money, jewelry, a collection of watches and coins belonging to the girl's family in the amount of more than 54.5 million rubles ($1.57 million).
THE BJP feels that its detractors are casting an evil eye on the party's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in the wake of recent Patna serial bomb blasts that allegedly targeted him.