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  • ...the television series ''{{w|Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV series)|Buffy the Vampire Slayer}}'' (1997–2003), ''{{w|Angel (1999 TV series)|Angel}}'' (1999–20
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  • ...thor of the {{w|Twilight (novel series)|Twilight novels}}, a series of {{w|vampire}} novels popular with young teens. It is a love it or hate it type of novel ...o be a reference to the famous {{w|vampire slayer}} known as {{w|Buffy the Vampire Slayer|Buffy}}, seeing that Stephenie's main character vampires do not need
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  • ...m the {{w|Twilight (series)|Twilight Series}} of books and movies. He is a vampire and adoptive father of {{w|Edward Cullen|Edward}}, {{w|Emmett Cullen|Emmett
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  • ...} line, not to be confused with {{w|Sunnydale|the city}} where ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' is set, nor the very real city of {{w|Sunnyvale, California|Sunnyv
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  • ...ople who like a certain work of fiction, like ''Star Trek'' or ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer''.
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  • |They scared the vampire by drawing a face on his mirror
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  • ...s {{w|Space Vampires}} (like earth vampires) are widely believed to be {{w|Vampire#Origins_of_vampire_beliefs|made up}} and thus unlikely to interest most [[1 It is worth noting that (apart from the vampire problem) a reflecting telescope also has disadvantages compared to a refrac
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  • ...h in light of the information that Santa is actually an arthropod and/or a vampire (see below), his status as an American citizen is dubious. '''Only known vampire able to enter house without being invited'''
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  • ...as the primary setting for ''{{w|Buffy the Vampire Slayer|'''Buf'''fy the Vampire Slayer}}''.
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  • ...a fictional artificial blood substitute for vampires in ''{{w|The Southern Vampire Mysteries}}'' book series by Charlaine Harris, and the television series ''
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  • * '''Vampire''' * Vampire
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  • :*[https://scryfall.com/card/m20/120/vampire-of-the-dire-moon "The Vampire of the '''Dire Moon'''"] is a recently introduced, uncommon card from the {
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  • | titletext = I'm like a vampire, except I'm not crossing that threshold even if you invite me. ...e last panel. In it, someone, presumably Cueball, compares themselves to a vampire, because folklore has it that vampires cannot enter a building without perm
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  • ...n thinks the owner has mixed this up with a commonly understood element of vampire lore, that vampires {{tvtropes|MustBeInvited|must be invited into a home}} ...cine, having ultimately originated in bats and therefore 'possibly' actual vampire stock.)
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  • ...ty to pass through. Indeed, in the early days of Ethernet, {{w|Vampire tap|vampire taps}} were used, essentially spikes that bit into a cable to establish a n
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  • ...s analogous with a specific bit of vampire lore: {{w|Vampires}} cannot {{w|Vampire#Protection|enter a dwelling uninvited}}. :If you want to set up a vampire-style barrier to keep graphic designers from entering your house, just pain
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  • |Drinking someone else's blood is a bad idea unless you are a vampire. If someone has a {{w|viral hemorrhagic fever}}, it is much worse, as they
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