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  • 1 demon — /dee meuhn/, n. 1. an evil spirit; devil or fiend. 2. an evil passion or influence. 3. a person considered extremely wicked, evil, or cruel. 4. a person with great energy, drive, etc.: He s a demon for work. 5. a person, esp. a child, who is very …

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  • 2 demon — n. 1 a an evil spirit or devil, esp. one thought to possess a person. b the personification of evil passion. 2 a malignant supernatural being; the Devil. 3 (often attrib.) a forceful, fierce, or skilful performer (a demon on the tennis court; a… …

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  • 3 demon — or daemon noun Etymology: Middle English demon, from Late Latin & Latin; Late Latin daemon evil spirit, from Latin, divinity, spirit, from Greek daimōn, probably from daiesthai to distribute more at tide Date: 13th century 1. a. an evil spirit …

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  • 4 demon — de•mon [[t]ˈdi mən[/t]] n. 1) an evil spirit; fiend 2) an evil passion or influence 3) a wicked or cruel person 4) one with great energy: a demon for work[/ex] 5) myt daimon • Etymology: 1350–1400; ME < L daemonium < Gk daimónion, thing of… …

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  • 5 Demon (Dungeons & Dragons) — Demon Characteristics Alignment Chaotic Evil Type Outsider (Fiend) Image Wizards.com image Stats …

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  • 6 demon — /ˈdimən / (say deemuhn) noun 1. an evil spirit; a devil. 2. an evil passion: *Killed by lack of intellect, through the cursed demon Drink! –anon, bush ballads, n.d. 3. an atrociously wicked or cruel person. 4. a person of great energy, enthusiasm …

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  • 7 Demon — For other uses, see Demon (disambiguation). St. Anthony plagued by demons, as imagined by Martin Schongauer, in the 1480s. A demon (or daemon, from Ancient Greek, δαίμων), is a supernatural being from various religions, occultisms, literatures,… …

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  • 8 Demon: The Fallen — cover Designer(s) Michael B. Lee (Editor), Greg Stolze, Adam Tinworth, Pauline Benney (Art Director) Publisher(s) White Wolf Publication date November, 200 …

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  • 9 Demon's Souls — North American cover art Developer(s) From Software Publisher(s) …

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  • 10 Demon Diary — Cover of the Tokyopop edition of Demon Diary vol. 1 (2005). Art by Kara. 마왕일기 (Mawang Il gi) Genre Action/adventure …

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  • 11 Demon Days — Studio album by Gorillaz Released 11 May 2005 (Japan)6 December 2005 …

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  • 12 Demon Kakka — Demon Kogure at Japan Expo 2010 in Paris, France. Background information Birth name Kogure …

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  • 13 Demon Knight — For the similarly named author, see Damon Knight. Tales from the Crypt Presents: Demon Knight Theatrical release poster Directed by …

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  • 14 Demon Lord Dante — Cover of Mao Dante #2 (2002 series), published by d/visual 魔王ダンテ (Maō Dante) …

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  • 15 Demon Murder Trial — Court Connecticut Superior Court Date decided November 24, 1981 The Demon Murder Trial is the first known court case in the United States of a lawyer claiming his client was innocent due to demonic possession.[1] …

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  • 16 Demon with a Glass Hand — The Outer Limits episode Episode no. Season 2 Episode 5 Directed by …

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  • 17 Demon Strings — is an all female British string quartet. They have played backup for live performances of The Good, the Bad the Queen,[1] as well as the musical production of Monkey: Journey to the West.[2] The also play at Gorillaz s live shows. They also often …

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  • 18 Demon (novel) — Demon   Author(s) John Varley …

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  • 19 Demon Princes — The Demon Princes is a five book series of science fiction novels by Jack Vance, which cumulatively relate the story of one Kirth Gersen as he exacts his revenge on five notorious criminals, collectively known as the Demon Princes, who carried… …

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  • 20 Demon Hunter — This article is about the metal band. For the film, see Demon Hunter (film). Demon Hunter Origin Seattle, Washington Genres Metalcore,[1][2] …

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