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A "curse" put on a non-Romany Gypsy is often nothing more than an attempt to get that person to purchase something from the Romany Gypsy, says Walsh. Monitor Weekly digital edition. See our other FREE newsletters. Subscribe to continue. Already a subscriber?

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Photo Galleries. He says he's often been asked to remove a curse from someone, because people believe that only another Romany Gypsy has the power to do so. We believe news can and should expand a sense of identity and possibility beyond narrow conventional expectations.

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