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Ye wit that he that would break this spell must know that spirit's name?
I am about to pro- nounce the dread name and command the spell to dis- solve.
Lo, I command the fell spirit that possesses the holy fountain to now disgorge into the skies all the infernal fires that still remain in him, and straightway dissolve his spell and flee hence to the pit, there to lie bound a thousand years.
Their brother, however, was greatly rejoiced to see them, and told them all that had happened to him; how he had found the Water of Life, and had taken a cup full of it; and how he had set a beautiful princess free from a spell that bound her; and how she had engaged to wait a whole year, and then to marry him, and to give him the kingdom.
During the year she has attained great dexterity in the use of the manual alphabet of the deaf mutes; and she spells out the words and sentences which she knows, so fast and so deftly, that only those accustomed to this language can follow with the eye the rapid motions of her fingers.
The spell of life went forth from her ever-creative spirit, and communicated itself to a thousand objects, as a torch kindles a flame wherever it may be applied.
Nor did she put the question altogether idly, but, for the moment, with a portion of genuine earnestness; for, such was Pearl's wonderful intelligence, that her mother half doubted whether she were not acquainted with the secret spell of her existence, and might not now reveal herself.
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In the pages of "The Big Book of Practical Spells" there are spells for marriage, fertility, pregnancy prevention, babies and children, money, healing, transition to the next life, and more.
Evidence from recent research also suggests that even though teaching children about morphemes is found to be educationally significant, there is little evidence that spelling programs include morphology as a central aspect of learning to spell (Moats, 2005/2006; Nunes & Bryant, 2006, 2009).
It is a sad fact that Middlesbrough is often incorrectly spelt "Middlesborough", especially by southerners who are guilty of failing to check how to spell the name of a remote northern town.
Does the trajectory of learning to spell follow a sequential and stage-like path?