Mock the Borneo elders all you like but never forget, when it comes to religious mumbojumbo folks, we're up there with the best of the spellbinders
These styles came naturally to a number of little magazinists, especially those associated with periodicals of protest, many of whom were clergymen, political spellbinders
, teachers, and public lecturers.
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Granqvist, Raol 1993 Storylines, Spellbinders
and Heartbeats: Decentering the African Oral-Popular Discourse.
The second concert in the 2011-12 Chamber Music@Beall series, a collaboration of the Oregon Bach Festival and the UO School of Music and Dance, features Baroque music spellbinders
Rebel performing with tenor Rufus Mller.
In Cardiff, the benefits of inter-generational learning have been harnessed through a programme called Spellbinders
, which sees older people practise the traditional art of storytelling before recounting their tales to primary school children.
The winning word of the night: hemimetabolous (undergoing incomplete metamorphosis), which tripped up the runners-up, the Spellbinders
of the Lunenburg Public Library, who spelled 14 words correctly just to get to the final round.
But as dignitaries of the German Evangelical Church said in 1936 (as presented in the Time magazine article "Churchmen to Hitler" on August 10 of that year), "Nazi spellbinders
use the terms positive and negative Christianity 'in the manner in which the truth is withheld from a person who is ill'--i.
There is little drama in the common law to compare with anything brutish spellbinders
can do to rally crowds with loudspeakers of tom-toms or buzz-words or to stupify a populace with swift executions of justice.
In London, John Martin, for one, soon occupied the territory staked out by West, exhibiting mammoth spellbinders
in, among other places, Piccadilly's Egyptian Hall, where the "Raft of the Medusa" already had been shown.
It has not come home to them that the fraudulent promoter "devours widows' houses," that the monopolist "grinds the faces of the poor," that mercenary editors and spellbinders
"put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.