Accursed

Some articles on accursed:

Albino (comics) - Accursed Albino
... Istvan, known as the Accursed Albino, is a deformed man with super strength who is a member of a travelling carnival of freaks ... still a member of the carnival performing as the Accursed Albino, recognises Ben and attacks him ...
The Accursed Share
... The Accursed Share (French La Part maudite) is a book by Georges Bataille, written between 1946 and 1949, when it was published by Les Éditions de Minuit ... The Accursed Share presents a new economic theory, which Bataille calls "general economy," as distinct from the "restricted" economic perspective of most economic theory ... writes the following Thus according to Bataille's theory of consumption, the accursed share is that excessive and non-recuperable part of any economy which is destined to one of two modes ...
Anathema - Interpretation
... especially since it has now become commonly used with the term "accursed" or "accustomed" ... have treated the word anathema similarly, generally as meaning a thing accursed ... Deuteronomy 726 an idol is called a herem = anathema, understood to mean a thing accursed ...
Anathematic - Interpretation
... translating this word, especially since it has now become commonly used with the term "accursed" or "accustomed" ... of scholars have treated the word anathema similarly, generally as meaning a thing accursed. 726 an idol is called a herem = anathema, understood to mean a thing accursed ...
Certain Accursed Ones Of No Significance
... Certain accursed ones of no significance' is the term used by Taş Köprü Zade in the Şakaiki Numaniye to describe some Hurufis who became intimate with the Sultan Mehmed ... According to Bektashi tradition, Ali Ul 'Ali was one of the 'Certain accursed ones of no significance' ...

Famous quotes containing the word accursed:

    O accursed hunger of gold, to what dost thou not compel human hearts!
    Virgil [Publius Vergilius Maro] (70–19 B.C.)

    Accursed progenitor!... Accursed fornicator!
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)