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1001 Spells

Author: Cassandra Eason
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ISBN: 9781454917410
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For love, for money, for career, for home: this comprehensive compendium contains a creative array of spells for every conceivable desire, both big (health and healing) and more specific (like selling a house). Twenty different sections, ranging from fertility and travel to protection and justice, contain 50 spells each culminating in an ultimate spell to end all spells. "

The School That Screamed

Author: William D. Carl
Publisher: Crossroad Press
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Dolly Elliott's earned its reputation as a school for bad girls. Nestled within an isolated forest outside of the London suburbs, it's the last stop for students who have been expelled from every other school in Europe. For the right price, the administrators guarantee a diploma for any girl, no matter how rebellious. But, the halls of Dolly Elliott's are haunted by more than the laughter of the young women earning their degrees. At night, the wail of a baby can be heard from the cellar and foul odors permeate the dorms. Glimpses of blinded nuns disturb the daily routine of the young women. And something is moving from the other side of the mirrors, seeking a way into our world. It hates the living, especially the girls it jealously watches. When Laura Pennington arrives as a new student, she carries secrets, a past that led to her fleeing her last school screaming in terror. On the same day, Sarah Stallworth begins teaching the young women of Dollie Elliott's, and she brings her own baggage. When a young maid is horribly mutilated and a teacher is murdered, they launch an investigation into what roams the halls of the school at night. The past is trying to intrude upon the present, attempting to force its way into the new century. Can Laura and Sarah learn the terrible truth about the school before more women die? THE SCHOOL THAT SCREAMED is a loving homage to the over-the-top exploitation films that were imported from Europe in the 1970's, a drive-in flick brought to vivid life on the page. Full of sex, sin, slashings, and secrets, it delivers a grindhouse sized dose of terror and laughter.

Moon Spell Magic For Love

Author: Cerridwen Greenleaf
Publisher: Mango
ISBN: 9781633538726
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Cerridwen Greenleaf's very first rituals were loves spells to help her teenage girlfriends. They worked Decades later, she is still helping friends and thousands of others find happiness in matter of the heart with these easy-to-do and rituals for romance.

A Practical Guide To Using Panel Data

Author: Simonetta Longhi
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1473911346
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This timely, thoughtful book provides a clear introduction to using panel data in research. It describes the different types of panel datasets commonly used for empirical analysis, and how to use them for cross sectional, panel, and event history analysis. Longhi and Nandi then guide the reader through the data management and estimation process, including the interpretation of the results and the preparation of the final output tables. Using existing data sets and structured as hands-on exercises, each chapter engages with practical issues associated with using data in research. These include: Data cleaning Data preparation Computation of descriptive statistics Using sample weights Choosing and implementing the right estimator Interpreting results Preparing final output tables Graphical representation Written by experienced authors this exciting textbook provides the practical tools needed to use panel data in research.

Cyberhenge

Author: Douglas E. Cowan
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415969109
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Cyberhenge examines the use of Internet technology in shaping religious traditions and rituals. Cowan asks how and why Neopaganism has embraced the Internet in such an innovative and imaginative way.

The Teen Spell Book

Author: Jamie Wood
Publisher: Celestial Arts
ISBN: 160774855X
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Teens who desire personal empowerment, a connection to old traditions, or an alternative spirituality will be enchanted with this definitive volume of spells and Wiccan lore written especially for teenagers. THE TEEN SPELL BOOK contains such essential information as: how to cast a spell, tools of the trade, Wiccan holidays, and an invaluable resource guide. Wood provides 75 spells including finding a true friend, banishing sexual harassment, and foreseeing the future. The ultimate guide to girl (and guy) power.• Exquisitely illustrated with vintage art of fairies, magical creatures, and enchanted nature.Reviews: "This is a very attractive book, beautifully published . . . this book stands out from the competition. . . "—The Unicorn"I cannot even begin to express my happiness with this newest release from Jamie Wood! Not only has she approached the subject of teen paganism with insight and bravado, she's done it without talking down, or gathering groupies. . . .THE TEEN SPELL BOOK is being given high recommendation when we are asked for a suggested reading list. This is going to be THE book folks —if you are a teen, the parent of a teen or child, you should have this one on your shelves." —Prolific Pagans.com "Instructions on casting spells such as how to meet a celebrity might add spice to your Halloween soiree!"—Boston Herald