Potteresque

Potteresque

(ˈpɒtəˌrɛsk)
adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) resembling or suggestive of scenes and situations described in the Harry Potter novels of J. K. Rowling
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I assume it is a Harry Potteresque Portkey and once the cyclist reaches the end they are transported to their destination invisibly and safely.
So instead of an angst-ridden, Potteresque hero a la Percy Jackson, we've got a 19-year-old nerdy physics geek played with youthful appeal by Jay Baruchel (Tropic Thunder, She's Out Of My League).
The session is pounds 3 per child, or free for RSPB members and for children who come in witch, wizard or any Harry Potteresque costume.
But without this ability, metamaterial-based imaging and Potteresque cloaks of invisibility would be limited.
It's all very modern with smoke-effect Harry Potteresque desserts and displays of other-wordly branches lit behind glass, and yet Texture feels warm, thanks in to M Rousset's hugely personable front-of-house team.
org gives Harry Potter fans more than an hour of Potteresque entertainment each week in the form of the latest news and intriguing discussion.
Meanwhile, all the cliches are firmly in place: the Harry Potteresque kid who knows all but nobody believes; the gookey farmer whose toxic waste has brought mayhem; the town mayor who must carry the blame, and the hero and heroine who inspire a fightback with chainsaws, methane, and today's ultimate weapon, the mobile phone.
Well worth a visit according to the bumpf, but by the time the visitor pitches up outside the Aberness-owned Mace store on the high street, they'll probably be wondering if a Potteresque magic trick has silently removed all human life from earth, and replaced it with dairy cows.
When he rises to greet a visitor, his youthful appearance and wire-rim glasses lend him a slightly Harry Potteresque appearance.
Actually (and staying in Potteresque territory) it's a tad more complicated than that - Lechuza is a legendary half-owl half-witch, one of the stars of Tex-Mex folklore and a suitably spooky subject for a band who like to dip into the darker side of life.
Wiz Kids,'' the final yarn, is a Harry Potteresque tale taking place in Springwarts' School of Wizardry.
Devoid of any sense of period and lacking faith with the Nesbit material, the film shamelessly borrows ideas and set-ups from films more likely to be familiar to its contemporary audience, throwing in a Potteresque mean cousin, a Jurassic T Rex and that bit from Fantasia where Mickey gets into trouble by trying to short cut the chores.