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An example of this type of malefic power is in Walz, "Schimpf," p.
The rebels' effective rhetorical attacks on the clergy resonated clearly with latent popular fears of ministers' malefic magic powers - just as Hesnard's treatise had done, albeit implicitly.
Most Indian politicians wear rings with stones tailored to specific planetary conjunctions that are providential for them, or designed to ward off malefic influences from planets unfavorably situated on their birth charts.
The five malefic factors inside a car are: Unbuckled seat belts, unbuckled children, incorrect position of the head-rest, an improperly worn seat belt and loose objects in the car that could turn into potential missiles in an untoward incident.
That's the way to treat these buggers," said Hassan, beaming with malefic glee.
Kellogg claimed, "Shed upon the nude surface of the body the rays will enliven the nerves with renewed force and will dissipate and destroy the enumerable malefic influences which imperil health and life.
Though a few leaders in the BJP are of the view that the next 35 days are astrologically not conducive due to a malefic Saturn- Mars conjunction, the party leadership is likely to make the much- awaited announcement by the coming weekend.
The Christianization of the statue does not change its malefic power, nor does the Christianization of the feast detach it from its much older and more violent origins.
The dissemination of advanced skills among the available manpower of the country would not only help in paving livelihood opportunities but will induce the cognizance of work-orientation and national deference discouraging the prevalent malefic social behaviours.
The malefic Ballas resembles the original name Balas, but no names, perhaps except Maria, signify anything.
But as all of them ceased speaking when the barber called out, it seems that the yard itself has hushed, that it is even more empty and immobile than before, a space that nothing human can cross, neither body nor voice, nothing living at all--to the point that a lizard threading his way under the gutter or scaling the papaya tree seems incongruous--from now on just like those malefic places at whose edges the passersby quiet down and hurry up, rigid despite themselves, frightened, cowering, their viscera trembling and their consciousness saturated by too many concomitant alerts.
Rochberg considers a justification for the traditional ordering of the planets based on assigned benefic or malefic properties rather than cosmological or astronomical precedents (chapter six).