Definitions for "MAGIC"
An art of converting superstition into coin. There are other arts serving the same high purpose, but the discreet lexicographer does not name them.
A comprehensive name for all of the pretended arts which claim to produce effects by the assistance of supernatural beings, or departed spirits, or by a mastery of secret forces in nature attained by a study of occult science, including enchantment, conjuration, witchcraft, sorcery, necromancy, incantation, etc.
The art of creating illusions which appear to the observer to be inexplicable except by some supernatural influence; it includes simple sleight of hand (legerdemain) as well as more elaborate stage magic, using special devices constructed to produce mystifying effects; as, the magic of David Copperfield. It is practised as an entertainment, by magicians who do not pretend to have supernatural powers.
Magic is a 1978 film starring Anthony Hopkins and Ann-Margret. Not strictly a horror film, Magic is more correctly categorized as a "psychological thriller." It was written by William Goldman, who also wrote the novel it was based on.
The Runelords is a fantasy novel series written by David Farland. The series is characterized by magic systems integral to the whole structure of human society. These two systems are the magic of the elements and of endowments.
Magic: A Novel is a fiction novel written by William Goldman. It was released in the United States in August of 1976 by Delacorte Press.
MAGIC, also known as The Magazine for Magicians, is an independent magazine for magicians that is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. A creation of Stan Allen, it debuted in September of 1991, with its first issue featuring Lance Burton on the cover, and over the years it has also featured David Copperfield, Siegfried & Roy, Penn & Teller, Mike Caveney, and Mac King.
Magic or The Magic Marketplace is the name for the Men's Apparel Guild in California semi annual trade show. The show is currently held in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Las Vegas Convention Center. There are two shows each year, one in the spring and again in the fall.
Magic is the 11th CD released by the musical group Twins. It was released in January 2004 and contains 11 songs. It was named Magic to enhance their new singing style and the theme of the album.
MAGIC (Major Atmospheric Gamma-ray Imaging Cherenkov Telescope) is a Gamma ray telescope sited at Roque de los Muchachos Observatory on La Palma in the Canary Islands at about 2200 m above sea level. It detects the particle shower released by the cosmic gamma-rays, and also Cherenkov light.
Magic is a French music magazine which is released on a monthly basis. It was formed out of the ashes of a small fanzine produced by music aficionados from France in 1995.
The process or gift of channeling external energy in order to manipulate the natural world. Magic is not a religious practice, though some choose to incorporate it into their religion.
Along with ritual, the predecessor of religion, according to The Golden Bough. See "contagious magic, "homeopathic magic," and "shaman."
Changing the world (or even small parts of it) using source. If it involves a ritual is a matter of taste, as well as if you label it "magic" of "psychokinesis", it's the same thing.
(tm) Sole Is found on the GEL Magic Racer. This cutting edge innovation features an ultra lightweight material with ventilation holes for enhanced breathability.
a collection of innovative sweet and savory sensations that can be made with just a fork, a saucepan, and a little spare space in the freezer
Multidimensional Applications and Gigabit Internetwork Consortium.
An industry consortium established to develop and promote an open industry specification for delivering navigation, telematics and related geographic information services across multiple networks, platforms, and devices
Keywords:  kunstler, insanity
a Kunstler of the insanity
Keywords:  aywood, mogul, tru, rap, orleans
Magic (born Aywood Johnson in New Orleans, Louisiana) is a New Orleans hip hop artist, who first worked the city's underground circuit, before signing with Master P's No Limit Records label thanks to the mogul's brother, C-Murder. Magic met C-Murder at a party and impressed him with his rapping ability. Magic was intended to become part of TRU, but Master P insisted that he instead rap on the parent label with a broader fan base.
Outside the Vigroth world, any unexplainable instance may be referred to as magic. To the Vigroth, however, the same unexplained instance would be a challenge to understand how the instance functions within the framework of either Spiritual Law or Physical Law. The Vigroth do not fear that which they do not understand.
under the influence of the Seneschal all Artor-fearing Acharites feared and hated the use of magic, although their fear is now as largely dead as the Seneschal.
Keywords:  reality, rct, psionics, alchemy, mages
is the ability to change reality. See Also: Alchemy, Development Ratings, Mages, Mana, Psionics
In RCT, specific compensators that promise to provide desired rewards without regard for evidence concerning the designated means.
Concerns the pursuit of knowledge of the world and the universe as well as the mysteries of life; also the use of powers to temporarily alter reality.
Keywords:  song, mindless, undone, ego, guilt
the attempt to solve a problem where it is not, i.e., trying to solve a problem in the mind through physical or " mindless" measures: the ego's strategy to keep the real problem -- the belief in separation -- from God's Answer; guilt is projected outside our minds onto others (attack) or our bodies (sickness) and sought to be corrected there, rather than being undone in our minds by bringing it to the Holy Spirit; referred to as " false healing" in " The Song of Prayer."
Magic is a pop song of 1974, the first commercial success for the Scottish band, Pilot.
Any form of magic in a dream predicts unexpected changes. To dream of being mystified and/or amused by a magician indicates a reunion with a long-lost friend or the rekindling of a past love affair.
decrypts of Japanese diplomatic messages
The universe of traditional images, as yet unclouded by texts, is a world of magical circumstances; a world of eternal recurrence in which everything lends meaning to everything else and everything signifies everything else: a world full of meanings, full of "gods."
Code name for US code breaking operations against the Japanese
1. Any process which is sufficiently technologically advanced not to be understood by a particular group of people; 2. A process of making requests to one's higher power by symbolic means; 3. Candle Magic: A system of making wishes by inscribing and burning candles.
A Big Tall Wish Night of the Meek Dust
The basic skill for any who wish to use magic, the higher the level in this the more ability the character will have for Light or Dark Magic. All magic users at the start of the order obtain the magic skill. To get this skill you must have a minimum of 7 intelligence or be in the magic users order.
Also MAGICK. A conscious direction of will to accomplish a goal. some Witches add the 'K' on the end to differentiate it from stage magic and illusion.
beyond conscious comprehension. Someone who intends a result may find people appearing to support him, although he does not understand their magical appearance.
Map and Geographic Information Center (located at CSEL, lower level two)
MAGIC stands for "Multi-Agency Geographic Information for the Countryside". A governmental website in the United Kingdom which allows for quick and easy access to previously hard to find information, in map form.
In the context of computer programming, magic is used to describe code that handles complex tasks while hiding that complexity to present a simple interface. The term is somewhat tongue-in-cheek and carries good connotations, implying that the interface simplifies an otherwise difficult or tedious task. For example, Perl's polymorphic typing and closure mechanisms are often called "magic".
an illusory feat; considered magical by naive observers
Keywords:  handspeak, asl, browser, com* ASL Browser
Keywords:  goodkind, terry, sword, truth, article
This article is about magic in the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind.
Magic is a Very-large-scale integration layout tool originally written by John Ousterhout at UC Berkeley during the 1980s. Magic continues to be popular because it is free (Berkeley open-source license), easy to use, and easy to expand for specialized tasks. The current version is 7.4, but 6.x is still widely used.
Magic is a 1995 collection of short stories by Isaac Asimov.
Keywords:  asa, trouble, desk, tickets, technical
ASA’s self service help desk that utilizes “trouble tickets” to report and track technical support needs.
Keywords:  heighten, kink, pleasure, order, means
(kink) Using magic or magical means in order to heighten or cause sexual pleasure.
If two number add to 100 or 111 those 2 number combinations make a magic connection. For example: 45 55 = 100 or 35 76 = 111. The magic connection in an individual chart means the person adds power points to the total of the person's chart. In addition this aspect produces a magical quality to the personality of the individual. The magic connection in a compatibility chart means the couple adds more power points to the total of their chart. In addition the twosome would have a magical quality to their relationship.
Propulsion Instrument Control Unit
Keywords:  shade
a similar shade
Keywords:  town, single, area, one
One single magic town area in magic town.
The changes created by the raising, focusing and sending of energy.