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Sindbad

the Sailor has scores of adventures in the course of seven voyages. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]

Sindbad

entombed, by custom, upon his wife’s death, he manages to escape. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights; Magill II, 50]

Sindbad

a roc flies him to the Valley of Diamonds, and an eagle flies him to its nest. [Arab. Lit.: Arabian Nights]
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Elliot is now bracing himself for worldwide fame, as Sinbad has been sold to Australia, Canada, France, Turkey and South Africa.
But it's unlikely children will notice as they follow Sinbad across the Seven Seas to watch him escape from the belly of a whale, do battle with an evil captain (Rebecca Riley), tackle a Cyclops with an appetite for human flesh and rescue the beautiful, but strong-willed, Princess Jasmine (Alice Bunker-Whitney).
Sinbad The Sailor is given the chance to prove the point over an extended 1m2f now, and the Nottingham form looks particularly solid in tonight's context.
Professor Nate Thomas talks with Sinbad prior to the filming of a scene in CSUN's Student Health Center on Sunday morning.
MAGIC CARPETS: Alistair Jolliffe as Sinbad, Charlotte Brooks as Princess Parissa, Tim Willis as Mephisto and (front) Rob Wootton as Mrs Sinbad
I'm gong to hook up a T1 line in the Caribbean so we can use the Internet to get around the outrageous long-distance rates," says Sinbad, who has plans to create the ultimate black online community.
Shunned by his family and still at the mercy of Lord Akbari, Sinbad turns to the open seas and becomes a sailor aboard the ship The Providence, joining an eclectic band of travellers.
IT'S a dream team at the helm of the Unity this Christmas as it prepares to launch its festive show, The Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor.
SWORDSMAN: Sir Hopkins stars in Arabian Nights, which features characters such as Sinbad the Sailor, Aladdin and Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves, is known in the original Arabic as One Thousand And One Nights.
HEADWATER (01606 720199) is offering anyone who books a holiday with them to South Africa the chance to adopt Sinbad the lion for a year.
Meanwhile, Sinbad the Sailor (Gavin Paul) and the rest of the Bobbin' Tide's crew are getting up to all sorts of mischief.