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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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Hoodoos, both the fantastical rock formations and the word itself, seem to be a source of endless fascination.
As for the hoodoos, their reds appear deeper against the pure white backdrop.
Linfield manager Trevor Anderson dismissed all talk of a hoodoo after his side beat Crusaders for the first time in ten starts to go second in the Premier League title race.
We put some hoodoos to bed, which is useful for the future too.
No vehicles are permitted here and there are no visitor services, so if you go, bring water and supplies, and plan to walk a mile and a half to the hoodoos.
Some of the trails provide views from the rim; others take you among the spires and hoodoos below.
They secured their first win at Everton since 1979, their first victory at Arsenal for 28 years and, most recently, ended a 30-year hoodoo against Liverpool.
Tucked beneath hoodoos and Wild Horse Butte, it's s a nice setting for a campfire and stories told under the stars.
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.