Spell(s) or The Spell(s) may refer to:
- Spell (paranormal) or magical formula, a spoken or written pronouncement intended to bring about a specific effect
- Spelling, the writing of words
Other articles related to "spell, spells":
... Spell is based on a popular 1970s Speak Spell toy by Texas Instruments ... Spell, along with basically everyone else aside from Woody, ran to the window in panic to see the size of the presents ... Spell can be seen in the overhead shot running in fright and then again behind Mr ...
... Spell (gaming), in role-playing games or game systems, a set of rules used to portray magic Spell (Unix), a spell checker program for Unix The Spell (1977 ...
... A spell-caster is a character archetype in gaming with the ability (usually magical, but sometimes spiritual) to cast spells, based on the magic users of folklore ... Spell-casters can take the form of sorcerers, wizards, warlocks and healers ... Spell-casters usually are limited in the number and type of spells they can cast by an expendable resource, often called magic points, which generally regenerates with time ...
... The Butterfly's Evil Spell (El maleficio de la mariposa) was the first play by the twentieth-century Spanish dramatist Federico García Lorca ... of the style and thematic content of The Butterfly's Evil Spell became distinguishing features of Lorca's mature drama the exploration of symbolist stylization and non-naturalism, the incorporation ... The plays of Federico García Lorca The Butterfly's Evil Spell The Billy-Club Puppets Mariana Pineda The Shoemaker's Prodigious Wife The Love of Don Perlimplín ...
... Mechanical Disruptor- The Mechanical Disruptor is a spell that turns mechanical devices such as guns and engines into shrapnel ... The effect of this spell is devastating on Rienish armed forces ... Stun- This spell is contained in one of the many devices given to Gardier soldiers ...
Famous quotes containing the word spell:
“We drove the Indians out of the land,
But a dire revenge those Redmen planned,
For they fastened a name to every nook,
And every boy with a spelling book
Will have to toil till his hair turns gray
Before he can spell them the proper way.”
—Eva March Tappan (18541930)
“The rose and poppy are her flowers; for where
Is he not found, O Lilith, whom shed scent
And soft-shed kisses and soft sleep shall snare?
Lo! as that youths eyes burned at thine, so went
Thy spell through him, and left his straight neck bent
And round his heart one strangling golden hair.”
—Dante Gabriel Rossetti (18281882)
“Almost all scholarly research carries practical and political implications. Better that we should spell these out ourselves than leave that task to people with a vested interest in stressing only some of the implications and falsifying others. The idea that academics should remain above the fray only gives ideologues license to misuse our work.”
—Stephanie Coontz (b. 1944)