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    Cities face difficult issues on a regular basis, the responsibility to resolve these issues is placed upon the City Council. These elected officials have a multitude of people expecting them to make correct decisions in the communities best interest. But who is to say which call is the right call on any number of issues, that's why council members must use their best judgment when making decisions. After watching the September 21, 2016 Bloomington City Council meeting, this became clear to me. There

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    mid- level performance diesel exhaust featuring a satin 100% finish stainless steel muffler. Its called XL for a reason because it's generally meant for big diesel engines. The pro series is the entry-level performance diesel exhaust system. If you want that aggressive sound but not to much performance change then the pro series is what you want (reason why it's called the entry-level). Direct-Fit performance muffler (D-fit) is the perfect system for you if you're looking for some sound and performance

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    Reginald Scot explores the common perceptions towards witches in the late sixteenth century, which he claims they were commonly old, lame, full of wrinkles, poor (Levack 2004: ?), although not necessarily solitary (Larner 1984: 72). Scot claims that their appearance often caused alarm among many in the community and caused the neighbours to find truth in witches utterings. One could argue women were often ascribed with such stereotypes, for they were both physically and politically weakened, and

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    insight to how much they both played a role in literature. The supernatural permeates “Doctor Faustus.” It appears everywhere in the story, in a big and small sense. Angels and devils fly all around, magic spells are being cast, dragons pulling chariots and two ostlers, Robin and Rafe, learn enough magic to beckon demons. These occurrences aren’t truly real, they are just a thought, and they are things that don’t actually happen in real life, making them supernatural. In this piece, the supernatural

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    Elvellyn With glowing eyes, mysterious ways and savage battle tactics, Elvellyn are often mistaken for demons and are widely feared by those who know of them. Pack Mentality Elves are commonly seen as a gentle, slow moving and tree hugging race among many humans. However, this could not be further from the truth. When in their element the Elvellyn are not only graceful and mysterious but quite brutal and unforgiving. Among their own race many see each other as family, or pack. But outsiders and

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    role of Angakkuq (shaman) in Inuit society. They would use use, telling an epic story, use ritual objects, or dance to perform magic. By the end of the 19th century, the last shaman, Sagdlog, of the Inuits died. He was believed to be able to travel to the sky and under the sea, and many other shamanic magic such as ventriloquism and sleight-of-hand. This type of magic was all but lost to the Inuit except for a very small community that lives there now. Northern Canada was a popular place for

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    supernatural witches in mythology, to convey how witches have been perceives as evil and cunning, using their magic for selfish reasons, and were expected to act like so. Magic in ancient Greece was traditionally ?associated with foreign, distant places where the rules of civilization did not apply? (Segal 122). In fact, not only Greece, but ?Ancient Egypt, [Greece], and Rome treated magic as if it were science?

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    of when they hear the word magic? Is it Harry Potter and his friends fighting off Lord Voldemort or perhaps as Black Sabbath sings “witches at Black Masses?” It is probably a bit of both depending on your age and religious beliefs. This was not the case during the time period extending from antiquity to the early modern period. People in this time believed that magic could explain things they did not understand or could not explain. It was not for entertainment. “Magic probably claimed to provide

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    Alex Miradoli COLI 110 19 November, 2015 Essay 2 Karma, Clarity, Superstition, and Reality Karma is a powerful influence on humans, but only when one gives it the power to be influential. The sum of a person 's actions in the past can decide one’s fate in the future; this belief is artificial but impacts our moral decision making nonetheless. Those that walk the path to light are rewarded, and those that travel the road to darkness are punished. The acceptance of this value may shape one’s actions

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    Witchcraft in Nepal “Witchcraft is the belief of magic that is manipulated for both good and wicked purposes” (McGarry, 2016). The practice of witchcraft is demonstrated in many societies around the world; however, witchcraft is looked down upon. In this case, two societies in Nepal are significant for the practices and beliefs of witchcraft: the Tibetan Nyinba, and the Kathmandu Village. These two societies believe in witchcraft because of the harmful and malicious practices [witches] hold within

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