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In Wicca and certain other belief systems, action or effort undertaken to effect personal transformation or external change.

[Variant of magic.]

mag′ick·al adj.
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Their topics include speaking Romance-esque, achieving community, living on the hyphen, negotiating multiple language identities, the foreign-ness of native speaking teachers of color, a microethnography of the culture of majick in Old Salem, Berlin Babylon, vanishing acts, sweating cheese and thinking otherwise, transforming identities in and through narrative, and a short course in globalese.
"The 12th Demon: Vampyre Majick" is the second book in the series following Jonathan Steel as he deals with an insurgence of the supernatural in the natural world.
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