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  1. 呪術理論は?

    呪 - charm/incantation/spell/curse
    術 - art/technique/means/magic
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    With respect to cultural anthropology, "incantation magic" refers to types, styles, and rites of shamanism and animism found in ancient religions, all having to do with magic spells and incantations that are accompanied by ideas and deeds. Actual examples may refer to,

    ① A law system developed by early society and civilization, ...
  2. ガンドの本物は?

    Gandr is a curse related to runic magic from Northern Europe (though rightly considered to be a different magic system unrelated to runic magic). The word "gandr" is a word referring to both 'walking stick' and 'wolf'.

    As a magic that flies freely in an out-of-body experience, the soul separates from the body and has the potential to transform when it joins with a dead spirit. It is associated with the term 'Gandr shots' as sympathetic magic, in which it tears down a target's ...

    Updated April 1st, 2017 at 06:40 AM by T-Toh

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  3. 残留思念は?

    "Residual thoughts" is a term used to describe supernatural phenomena, the inner psychological world, and spirituality. When humans think hard about something, they identify with [residual] thoughts such as feelings and thoughts that are considered to remain in that location.

    In an example, an observer sees the spot where a human passed away, which leaves a powerful impression in their mind afterwards. This also applies to spirituality, where at times, physical effects such ...

    Updated March 6th, 2017 at 02:43 PM by T-Toh

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  4. 臍を曲げるは?

    To be stubbornly upset. Also means to purposely spite what one disapproves of. To be cross at something with someone. "Immediate reaction to the tedious―"

    Source: http://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/jn/198995/meaning/m0u/

    Updated May 13th, 2016 at 08:55 AM by T-Toh

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  5. 出落ちは?

    In short stories and such, it is a stunt that causes the audience to laugh when it shows up onstage. It has roughly the same payoff as "the punchline (the last bit that gets the biggest laugh)" in its timing.

    Source: http://dictionary.goo.ne.jp/jn/254633/meaning/m0u/

    Updated April 28th, 2016 at 01:56 AM by T-Toh

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