10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHIROMANCER»
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chiromancer. the. chiromancer. Robyn. Van Sant was born with the ability to
perceive beyond the senses. This awareness was first realized when, as a little
girl, she began to kiss her father's belly whenever he lay down. Only three years
old at ...
Now this chiromancer, when he understood the king's wish, took hold of his hand
and examined with the greatest care all the lines he could trace there. After
considering them diligently, one and all, he stood silent and his face grew pale.
Giovanni Francesco Straparola, Donald Beecher, 2012
Origins of the Geomancer
purplerobed Master Chiromancer asks. 'Yes, I did,' says Joachim. 'The five
genuine staffs are capable of transforming into mighty weapons.' Joachim puts a
littleextra emphasis in 'genuine' to remind the wizards thathe is not talking
Simhāsana Dvātriṃśikā: Thirty-two Tales of the Throne of ...
The chiromancer marvelled at his words. “How deep is the king's understanding,”
he reflected, “and how sweet is his speech and powerful his comprehension!”
Recapitulating all chiromancy in essence, he said: “O King, this science
The Encyclopædic Dictionary: A New, and Original Work of ...
chiromancer. 19] chip "ping (1), • cuyp -pynge, pr. par., a., & s. [Chip, v.] A. A B. As
pr. par. & particip. adj. : (See the verb). C. As substantive : 1. The operation or
process of cutting away small pieces from wood, stone, Ac. "The chipping. and ...
Lloyd's Encyclopaedic Dictionary: A New and Original Work of ...
chipping—. chiromancer. im. F^lp'-pïAe О), * Çhyp-pynge, pr. par., «а., к е. [Chip,
v.] А. А В. At pr. par. & particip. adj. ; (See tie verb). С As substantivé : 1. The
operation or process of cutting away •öjiftll pieces fixtm wood, stone, Ac. "The ...
Faust: My Soul be Damned for the World
Octobris], 1513: "Eight days ago [October 1] there came to Erfurt a certain
chiromancer by the name of Georgius Faustus Helmitheus of Heidelberg, [
Helmitheus, (Helmstetius? Helmstheus?), Hedebergensis] a mere braggart and
Counter-figures: An Essay on Anti-metaphoric Resistance. ...
And in Lichtzwang an Irish palmister reads “your” hand; the name “Die Irin”
seems to allude to the iris (while there undoubtedly is or was some Irishwoman, a
real chiromancer or chiromantic — which is an old synonym for chiromancer — to
The Works of G.P.R. James, Esq
Sir, I am a physiognomist, a chiromancer, and astrologer. I am no necromancer,
however — I neither evoke spirits, nor use magic, white or black." " No, no,"
replied Achilles, grinning till an improper connexion seemed likely to take place ...
George Payne Rainsford James, 1848
Routledge's Every Boy's Annual
... declared he would die of a gun-shot wound in twelve years. Gaston also had
consulted the chiromancer, who replied, "A battle will be fought on Good Friday
or Easter Sunday : the French will conquer : the victory will be dearly purchased.
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CHIROMANCER»
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Montague Kobbé, an experienced chiromancer and telepathist, is a man from another century. Born in Caracas, in a country that no longer ... «BrixtonBuzz, Feb 15»
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Inevitably, he can remember the question: How would a chiromancer tell your fortune? “I knew it came from the Greek for hand and I was pretty ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Apr 13»