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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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DOUGIE IMRIE reckons the Dons dread heading to Hamilton and hopes the hoodoo continues to kickstart a rare cup run.
Now looking forward to the club's return to the Premier League, Boro fans will be hoping Karanka can crush another hoodoo on the opening weekend of the 2016/17 season.
Under Roy Hodgson Albion have overcome their hoodoos.
Arthur Flowers' beautifully-written and lyrically-told novel, Another Good Loving Blues which details the love story of Melvira Dupress, a conjure woman, and Lucas Bodeen, a blues man, demonstrates the principles and belief systems of Hoodoo and evidence its relation to Ifa', an ancient African spiritual tradition.
The peculiar balancing acts of some hoodoos occur because the cap rock is dolomite, a form of limestone reinforced by magnesium.
about cows, emerging from behind one hoodoo after another, convinced that it was just like turning the pages of a book of fairy tales.
If others want to talk about hoodoos that's up to them.
Archibald is relieved he no longer has to field questions about hoodoos at Firhill.
We finished well last year and this year we've had some good periods, in particular breaking some hoodoos for the club.
Here are some other ways footballing hoodoos have been lifted.
While the 4,000 acres of high desert and hoodoos are hospitable to visitors in the fall and winter (the area is beloved by paleontologists), spring and summer can be downright nasty.