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- A woman's search for love is the search for herself, for her own enchantment.
- In terms of dramatic influence the score balances subtle enchantment with brash, tribal expressions exceptionally well.
- Australia has lived through a period of enchantment, nothing less.
- Despite their enchantment with the Greek Island, the couple have no wish to leave their home.
- This imaginative play is utter enchantment in the best of Russian theatrical evocative tradition.
- November and December hold the enchantment of the holidays.
- Suddenly you realize that the enchantment of this place has left you.
- If you have lost enchantment, you are liable to divisiveness, intolerance, and aggression.
- Thanks for the endless hours of enchantment!
- I've been at Oxford for several days now, and my enchantment with this place grows by the minute.
- He saw it as combining usefulness with enchantment.
- The enchantment with Asian art and architecture spread across Europe and across the Atlantic to the United States.
- It is the perfect destination, which provides enchantment, tranquility and adventure.
- In the email he professes his support for the program, his enchantment with the lockbox and various other points.
- Richard adds to the enchantment of these tales with the rhythms of his mountain dulcimer and conga drum.
- In our enchantment we are too often neglectful of that which made purchasing and consumption possible, namely, credit.
- Amanda was telling Jenna about the enchantment she had experienced when she was there.
- Her exile from words may have led to her enchantment with literature, diction and cadence.
- His objective was never simply to impress an audience, but to disclose whatever he discerned in music that was capable of enchantment.
- Our public life is becoming more oligarchic in fact, despite its democratic form, losing its old enchantments.
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- The key to unlocking the film's enchantment is to uncover the unforced romance.
- Two venal siblings wrestle with a force of enchantment far more powerful than anything they have ever imagined.
- The strength of enchantment cast over life by dream is mirrored in Franco's filmmaking technique.
- In fact, my computer is almost slower without my working enchantments on it.
- This is part of the ritual enchantment offered by the art of cinema.
- With the boats gone, the outside world vanished, and the enchantment was complete.
- When I first got here I was under a double spell of enchantment.
- His followers comply and are so entertained until the enchantment is broken.
- It quickly becomes apparent that the monster is the son of the local lord of the manor, placed under enchantment by his stepmother.
- Carrasco tells him that they have discovered that Dulcinea is free from the enchantment.
- Even the seedpods, which are so often used in dried flower arrangements, suggest an otherworldly sense of exotic enchantment.
- The interconnecting of memory, dream and landscape captured a realm of enchantment echoing the cinema of Tarkovsky and Cocteau.
- "[Tolkien] is proof that faith and enchantment can go hand in hand, that our imaginations don't have to starve."
- Odette relates to him the tale of her enchantment, and then the dancing begins.
- The fire crackles, sweet wood smoke scents the air, a soft breeze kisses my cheek and the storyteller weaves a spell of enchantment.
- "Eat this sprig of the moly plant," the boy said, "and be protected from enchantment."
- Montesino also tells him that he will be informed how to break all these enchantments at another time.
- Enchantment is at the very heart of Elfin magic.
- As ever her dancing was a sheer pleasure to watch, as she span around him weaving her enchantment and capturing his heart.
- The painting showed itself to me in all its fantasy and all its enchantment.
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