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0 How to Bewitch a Wizard - Newsweek.com, 7/13/09 Cho Chang Cho Chang ( Chinese : ?? ) is a Ravenclaw student one year above Harry, and plays Seeker for the Ravenclaw Quidditch team.

Venetia taught Dorcas Loom to bewitch clothing.

Though actually only vaguely humanoid in appearance, they
complete bewilderment, then tells him to get off the skates; but the skates and, by extension, Mugsy, are controlled by the rogue underfloor magnet.

Spike perceives him as an unworthy rival while the rest of the Bebop crew insists that Spike and Andy act exactly the same as each other, much to Spike's bewilderment and increasing consternation.

bewilderment Certain secular Muslims have expressed bewilderment at the reaction these cartoons have provoked.

But, to the bewilderment of his people ; who declared his sovereignty by obeying his law ; god, more often than not, showed no great inclination to do the things they wanted him to.

Many registration marks are inaccurately priced (usually too highly), leaving prospective buyers in bewilderment and the plates priced beyond their reach! When we meet with misfortune, we will no longer be plunged into grumpish bewilderment because we know that it is only the fruition of the 'effect' of some bad 'causes' we had planted in the past.

Cracker Soup A couple of months after my son was diagnosed with Autism I was surfing the Internet, looking for sites that might shed some light on my vast bewilderment.

I was desperately trying to keep my cool without giving away my total bewilderment.

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