1. the act of scorching or burning.
2. Pharmacology: the roasting or drying of moist substances.
Etymology: from Late Latin ustulāre, from Latin ūrere, “to burn”.
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scavenger; an animal that feeds on carrion.
Etymology: German, from aas (carrion, bait) + fressen (to devour, to eat).
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Magic book, used by wizards of the Toba Batak tribe, North Sumatra, Indonesia. State Museum of Ethnology, Leiden, The Netherlands [Wikimedia, via Todo Libro Antiquo]
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Attributed to Giuliano Pesello, The Celestial Hemesphere in the Sagrestia Vecchia, ca.1442
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“True magic is neither black nor white. It’s both because nature is both, loving and cruel, all at the same time. The only good or bad is in the heart of the witch, life gives a balance of it’s own”
— The Craft
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Skeleton rocking chair. Carved wood. Russia, 19th Century
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Study for Cap of Invisibility II, 2011
Oil-based sanguine, chalk, metalpoint on paper, 41 x 30 cm
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