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conjuror

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a person who practises magic; sorcerer
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At this favorable moment the counterfeit conjurers disappeared.
A conjurer must have his time, like a straggling priest in the settlements.
It's as common for a conjurer to alter his paint as for a buck in the settlements to change his finery.
He was far above the more vulgar superstitions of his tribe, and so soon as he recognized the well-known attire of the conjurer, he prepared to pass it in cool contempt.
greatly believe him: he looks as like a conjurer as the Pope
Then, advancing into the middle of the room with a bow, he produced from his pocket a big bill printed in blue and red, which announced that ZALADIN, the World's Greatest Conjurer, Contortionist, Ventriloquist and Human Kangaroo would be ready with an entirely new series of Tricks at the Empire Pavilion, Scarborough, on Monday next at eight o'clock precisely.
He added that people had defeated the conjurers at every front who made politics a victim of their tricks.
The government is hunting for them, and their presence endangers the conjurers who give them cover.
Shimon Peres was one of the great conjurers of modern politics, able to make life-altering realities appear seemingly out of thin air.
Once again, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Dave Franco play the conjurers - named the Horsemen - committed to exposing the lies of the rich and powerful.
Lance Corporal Jones, 2bandsman in the Household Cavwas the first magician to win the show and has been accepted into mysterious ranks of the Magic CiThe tight-knit organisation adexpert conjurers and illusionists only after they pass a tough exand there is a waiting list.
CONJURERS and illusionists are once again set to head for South Tyneside for a 12th year of the borough's International Magic Festival.