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conjuror

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a person who practises magic; sorcerer
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The whole point of being a conjurer is that you won't explain a thing that has happened.
NOW YOU SEE ME (12) CLOSE-UP conjurer Daniel Atlas (Jesse Eisenberg), escapologist Henley Reeves (Isla Fisher), mentalist Merrit McKinney (Woody Harrelson) and street magician Jack Wilder (Dave Franco) each receive a Tarot card invitation to a meeting in New York.
The British conjurer is on a tour around South Africa for the new series of Magician Impossible.
Mind you, it wouldn't take a conjurer to make the Saints defence disappear tonight.
at least the pint-sized conjurer and his loving spouse know each other well enough to get all three questions wrong.
La Cour constitutionnelle allemande a donne hier mercredi son aval a la strategie des Europeens pour conjurer la crise de la dette en zone euro, offrant a l'occasion une victoire personnelle a la chanceliere Angela Merkel.
There will also be Jon Steele Mr Clwb Cabaret a conjurer and local wizard.
The courageous conjurer says he does not fear being bound, chained and stranded under a tonne of sand and is already practising - although he recognises the dangers.
A resident of Zarqa, who preferred anonymity, said that she herself had once gone to a conjurer in order to help her get married.
Mike Selvey, writing in The Guardian, said: "Sometimes England have the capacity to pluck from the conjurer s hat a performance of such staggering ineptitude that for those who are forced to watch it is hard to know whether to laugh or cry.
As a result of Sookie's keen interest in magic, the conjurer takes her new skill too far, and it is up to Cat to set things straight.
Like any good stage conjurer, the Legislature keeps us focused on where it wants us to think the action is.