Phylactery

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  1. In medieval drawings, a piece of parchment shown next to someone's mouth. An approximate precursor to the speech balloons used in cartoons.
  2. A small piece of writing enclosed in a case or box, typically containing scriptures and worn for prayer.
  3. Phylactery is the name of one of the Dead Sea scrolls.
  4. See Horcrux

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