Recent Examples of evil eye from the Web
There are spills, pushes, elbows, evil eyes and worse over 16 laps as two dozen skaters vie in a pack for one gold medal.
Those attending on March 4 also will learn about Sephardic customs and traditions, including fine art items, such as evil eye stained glass.
Nothing like the evil eye from the S.O. to keep a harasser in check.
And to hold all of that Hanukkah gelt (or the evil eye candies by Mayaan Zilberman), try a glinting disco ball clutch by woman-of-the-tribe bag designer Judith Leiber.
My Italian grandmother, a woman who knew the perfect alchemy of evil eye, oil and forbidden words, was adamant about the bad luck that derived from doing things the wrong way, in the wrong order, to the wrong people.
The '90s were a good time for spiritually minded jewelry—mood rings, ying-yang symbols and evil eyes ruled the costume world.
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First Known Use of evil eye
before 12th century
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