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charm, amulet, talisman

noun. Morphine.

better known as is a Japanese folk singer and anime song singer who has performed on the soundtracks of various anime and tokusatsu series and movies. He is perhaps best known as the vocalist for the theme songs for Battle Fever J, Dai Sentai Goggle V, Kagaku Sentai Dynaman, , Albegas, and performed image songs for various series. He also sang the theme song of the fictional character Segata Sanshiro (played by Hiroshi Fujioka) who appeared in Sega's commercials between 1997 and 1998 to advertise the Sega Saturn in Japan.

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Mojo may refer to:
  • Mojo (African-American culture), a magical charm bag used in voodoo
  • Libido, sometimes referred to in slang as "mojo"
  • Slang term for morphine

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MOJO, stylized as M.O.J.O., is an Android-based video game microconsole manufactured by Mad Catz.

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Mojo! is a 2003 puzzle video game released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The player controls a marble through a series of traps in order to break all of the colored blocks in a level. It is somewhat similar to Super Monkey Ball and Marble Madness, yet is much different and provides a much larger set of puzzles and obstacles to solve. Players receive a bonus if they beat a level in a certain amount of time. There are 100 levels included in the game, and a few multiplayer modes. There is also a stage editor where players can create all new levels.

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(n.) Trolls and Ogres often refer to spellcasting as mojo. "You make big mojo. Me barsh!" cf. juju

A have a lucky charm; your magic can't work against me.
Mojo means voodoo. The phrase originated with black blues music in the US, possibly from Muddy Water's eponymous song.

1. a magic power or magic spell
(hypernym) magic


Cuban seasoning mix made of garlic, olive oil, and sour oranges (usually Seville oranges). It is used as a dip, marinade, or sauce for vegeatbles and meats.

magical power; one's essential coolness: “I've gotta get my mojo back, man”

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