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Tickets to Wizardry School are on sale now, priced at PS99 for the full day, from 9.30am to 6pm.
In a set-up diverging from Rowling's fictional world, where the young Potter learns about wizardry at Hogwarts while fighting off the dark arts, students are sorted into houses, such as Durentius, Faust, Libussa, Molin and Sendivogius.
Cara was excited but then heard the movie is all CGI wizardry
Green Wizardry is a bold vision of how we might eventually remake life on Earth from--literally--the ground up.
The beauty of Chromecast is that it adds similar (smart TV) wizardry to any TV with the right socket, for a fraction of the cost
Founded in April 2010, Frog God Games publishes resources for the tabletop roleplaying games Pathfinder Roleplaying Games and Swords & Wizardry. Its products are known for their grand adventure settings and high quality production values.
Roberto Di Matteo insists his own Wembley wizardry and the hex he holds over Spurs will count for nothing in today's semi-final showdown.
Brain Wizardry contains little text and is short on explanation, but hands-on experiential pop-ups, tabs, moving parts, and other ephemera keep the reader entertained.
Harry Potter: Film Wizardry is a pick for all ages and for any film collection strong in science fiction creations.
London, Nov 20 (ANI): The famous Hogwarts school featured in the wizardry movie is slowly taking shape at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park.
Isis Unveiled packs the power of Muse's Knights Of Cydonia, Inland Sea combines technical wizardry with all the swagger of The Pogues, and instrumental opener The Giant's Causeway (a snippet of the band's Betrayal Of Roger Casement) has an epic feel, but also warts and all.
I know they can do wonders with technical wizardry these days, but surely making Ainsdale look like a tropical paradise is a step too far.