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conjuror

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a person who practises magic; sorcerer
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All those years of trying to make the big time had finally paid off for the Crocky Conjuror.
Conjurors, magicians and other attractions helped boost footfall at its centres, which also include the Gracechurch Centre in Sutton Coldfield, and in turn raise profits from pounds 2.
To perform this work, slave healers (midwives, conjurors, diviners, and herbalists) selected from among a lengthy menu of strategies.
Like the Internet, there is the dubiously legal on Canal Street, as we walked past two setups in short succession, conning the gullible into games of cup-and-ball, the conjurors performing within tens of feet from bored traffic cops looking the other way.
Everybody's favorite British bad guy, Jason Isaacs, embodies the snooty Lucius Malfoy, father of Harry's school rival Draco (Tom Fenton) and a pretentious poster creep for full-blooded wizardly prejudice against all conjurors with Muggle genes.
The phrasing of the demons' response-- typically present in stories told by conjurors before the Inquisition-- reminds us of the plight of Don Quixote as he tried to find his treasure, Dulcinea, whose time of enchantment was not completed either.
That many framed these phenomena as something other than trickery is strongly suggested by the reaction of Western conjurors who, in the last quarter of the century, began to publicly expose the methods of their Indian colleagues in an attempt to show that there was nothing psychic or supernatural going on.
Harry might currently have the bigger fan base, but discerning conjurors will tell you that unless he ups his work ethic to match Hermione, it's only a matter of time before he'll be doing kids' parties to make ends meet.
Instead cult director Guillermo Del Toro conjurors up a similarly nightmarish proposition in early Franco-period Spain, wherein a little girl stumbles across a mythical underworld inhabited by demonic looking creatures who force her to partake in a series of supernatural trials.
The "noughties", in fact, turned out to be a bunch of financial conjurors using the age-old magician's tricks of sleight of hand and distraction to pull bonuses out of their hats.
Magician Stolz yesterday demonstrated simple tricks and close-up magic to aspiring young conjurors and tomorrow, youngsters can take a behind-the-scenes tour of the LBT, with a chance to go on stage and hear about the history of the theatre.