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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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THE words Spurs, Wembley and hoodoo have been linked more times this summer than Philippe Coutinho and Barcelona.
DOUGIE IMRIE reckons the Dons dread heading to Hamilton and hopes the hoodoo continues to kickstart a rare cup run.
Under Roy Hodgson Albion have overcome their hoodoos.
Erosion continues today, with heavy summer thunderstorms carving gullies and sculpting the hoodoos. Manganese and iron in the rocks oxidize, giving the hoodoos a variety of colors, including orange, pink, red, yellow and purple.
"If others want to talk about hoodoos that's up to them."
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.
Thistle finally ended their home hoodoo two weeks ago against Aberdeen and Archibald feels confidence is on the rise in Maryhill.
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.
ALBION take on Villa this Saturday, hoping to not only secure survival but also end one of their remaning hoodoos.