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2014-10-31 23:04:42

Wear Luck introduces their new Official Good Luck Charm long sleeve shirt.

2014-10-07 23:09:53

WEAR LUCK Inspirational Clothing collaborates with other fashion brands that inspire people to share what is important in their lives.

2014-05-30 23:12:59

The luckiest park in the world is officially located at Oregon Park in Marietta, GA.

2014-02-28 23:00:10

MacDecals.com celebrates its second annual St. Patrick’s Day green lucky 4-leaf clover laptop sticker giveaway.

2014-02-27 04:20:39

Most Americans actually do not believe in any of 12 common superstitions NEW YORK, Feb.

Rituals Help People Cope With Lack Of Control
2013-10-26 04:49:24

People in many areas of the world still hold a strong belief in witchcraft and magic, relying on rituals for everything from treating asthma to curbing infidelity. Even if the only witches you believe in are seen at Halloween, chances are high that you believe in some form of the supernatural.

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2013-10-01 17:25:47

Many people who feel they may have tempted fate will ‘knock on wood’ to undo the possibility of something negative happening, and a new study has found that the practice can actually undo perceived bad luck.

2012-04-14 23:01:52

AshleyMadison Records Show This Day Full of Superstition is Also Full of Discreet Affairs (PRWEB) April 13, 2012 Internationally-renowned affair service


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magpie
2006-02-24 10:07:02

Image Credit: Thinkstock.com Magpies are medium to large passerine birds of the crow family, Corvidae. These colorful and noisy birds are closely allied to the jays and treepies. The names 'jay', 'treepie' and 'magpie' are to a certain extent interchangeable, and do not reflect any genuine genetic difference between the groups. Research has recently cast doubt on the taxonomy of the Pica magpies, since it appears that P. hudsonia and P. nuttalli may not be different species, whereas the...

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Word of the Day
cassation
  • The abrogation of a law by a higher authority; annulment.
  • In music, during the eighteenth century, a song or an instrumental piece similar to the serenade, intended for performance in the open air.
The word 'cassation' comes from the French 'cassation', from Latin 'casso' ("destroy, annul").
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