hoodoo


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hoodoo

1. a variant of voodoo
2. (in the western US and Canada) a strangely shaped column of rock
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He added: "Don't talk to me about hoodoos, I don't believe that rubbish.
Hoodoo is expecting this storm to drop 11 to 23 inches of snow Thursday through Sunday.
ALBION take on Villa this Saturday, hoping to not only secure survival but also end one of their remaning hoodoos.
For supreme optimists, or those who don't need money, England can be backed at 9-2 to break the Lord's hoodoo.
RACING hailed a new superstar at Epsom as Sea The Stars broke a 20-year hoodoo and bagged the 2000 Guineas-Investec Derby double.
RUSSIA are seen as dark horses to take the Euro 2008 title but to get off to a winning start they'll have to end their hoodoo against Spain.
RACING: Ursumman is on target in a bid to break JP McManus's hoodoo in the John Smith's Grand National.
12) Fisher combined HooDoo and homicide in his second novel A Conjure Man Dies (1932), in which he also offers an explanation of how the two are related.
Whether you ride, glide, slide, bike, run or walk into the outdoors, the Backcountry Festival at Hoodoo Ski Area on Friday and Saturday has something for everyone.
JOE CARDLE wants to gain revenge on Aberdeen - and end a near year-long hoodoo into the bargain.
ALLY McCoist has backed Kris Boyd to end his Celtic hoodoo with a goal in this weekend's Old Firm derby.
TV chef Gordon Ramsay has also been hit by the T5 hoodoo.