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Charm & Strange         
2013 YOUNG ADULT NOVEL BY STEPHANIE KUEHN
Charm & Strange is a young adult mystery novel with paranormal elements by Stephanie Kuehn, published June 11, 2013 by St. Martin's Griffin.
Superficial charm         
TENDENCY TO BE SMOOTH, ENGAGING, CHARMING, SLICK AND VERBALLY FACILE
Superficially charming; Charming superficially; Psychopathic charm; Narcissistic charm; Insincere charm; Fake charm; Fake sincerity; Superficial sincerity; Superficial empathy; False charm; Fake compassion; False compassion; Superficial compassion; Insincere compassion; False sincerity
Superficial charm (or insincere charm) refers to the social act of saying or doing things because they are well received by others, rather than what one actually believes or wants to do. It is sometimes referred to as "telling people what they want to hear".
Doctor Strange         
  • Tom Palmer]].
  • Splash page, ''[[Strange Tales]]'' #110 (July 1963), the character's debut. Art by [[Steve Ditko]].
FICTIONAL CHARACTER IN MARVEL COMICS
Dr Strange; Dr. Stephen Strange; Orb of Agamotto; Book of the Vishanti; Cloak of Levitation; Stephen Strange; Oshtur; Hoggoth; Stephen Vincent Strange; Doctor Strange in other media; Book of the vishanti; Cloak of levitation; Strange (2010 series); Dr. Strange; Strange: Beginnings and Endings; Dr. Strange, Sorcerer Supreme; Dr. Strange: What Is It That Disturbs You, Stephen?; Doctor Strange: Season One; Steven Strange; Sorcerer Supreme; Doctor Stephen Strange; Dr. Strange: Last Days of Magic; Doctor Strange (film series); Vishanti; Doctor Steven Strange; Dr. Steven Strange; Dr Steven Strange; Dr Stephen Strange; Book of Vishanti; Chandu (comics)
Doctor Stephen Strange is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Steve Ditko with Stan Lee, the character first appeared in Strange Tales #110 (cover-dated July 1963).