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Best Actor in a Supporting Role: Anthony Boyle 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child'
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This prediction was based on the fact that, given their high level of interest in baseball, these persons would have most likely heard numerous accounts of cursed baseball teams, including the Red Sox.
Their actions sparked a vengeful response from the witch who cursed the field saying "if ever its soil was broken, death would follow".
A black diamond believed to be cursed after a monk removed the original 195-carat jewel from the eye of an Idol of Brahma at a shrine in India, is on display at the Natural History Museum.
Craven reunites with screenwriter Williamson for Cursed, a modern day spin on the classic werewolf myth.
We immediately see some part of the exegetical problem: Ham commits the delict but it is his son (actually one of his sons), Canaan, who is cursed with the burden of servitude (what sort of primitive patriarchal prohibition declared that seeing a father's nakedness was punishable by this extreme--if indirect--penalty is not a topic Goldenberg takes up, though I suspect that there must be rabbinical comment on this situation of sexual taboo).
Spoon-bending Israeli psychic Uri Geller has offered to single-handedly save a northern English city that many residents believe has been cursed.
Unfortunately for its fascinating subject matter, Cursed is a book with an identity crisis.
Henry, from Cambridge, Mass: My young son thinks his favorite team is cursed.
FOR TEN YEARS, WE'VE BEEN CURSED WITH NO PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AS THE BLACK OYSTER FELL APART AROUND US.
Thus saith the LORD of hosts, I will even send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings: yea, I have cursed Francis Slay and all those whom help him already.
Local legend hasit that their famous old Maine Road ground was cursed when developers forced a caravan of gypsies to vacate the site in the early 1920s.
I can also think of a few, maybe more, who have cursed a million times.