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magic carpet

flew King Solomon and his court wherever he commanded the wind to take it. [Moslem Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 177]
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"I've seen the costumes, I've seen the Genie, and I can't wait for everyone to see the magic carpet."
Magic Carpet was first tested at sea in April 2015, when Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 pilots and Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) aeromechanics division engineers from Naval Air Station (NAS) Patuxent River, Maryland, demonstrated the software aboard CVN 77.
Mary Sheridan is hoping to raise at least PS1,000 to go towards buying a 'mobile magic carpet' for the residents of Drayton Court in Nuneaton.
Until the end of May all players get double comp points on games with magic themes including Magic Carpet, Magic Monkey and Movie Magic.
There is an exotic, Middle Eastern feel to some of it, especially The Magic Carpet and the title track, and throughout Thompson's playing sounds far stronger than I imagine she was feeling at the time.
The system, dubbed "magic carpet," illustrates why naval aviators need to be more open-minded about using unfamiliar new technologies, said Vice Adm.
Stillmeadow Gourmet; North BXV;--Bluemercury; Candy Rox;--Bottom Line Blinds; PureBarre; SoulCycle; Magic Carpet Learning; Beer Noggin; Bronxville Diner; Pure Mountain Olive Oil.
The new "Magic Carpet" system is intended to make the task of developing and testing new UV LED ink formulations easy, accurate and ergonomic.
As for liking wind turbines and disliking steel lattice-work pylons, how does this man think that electricity is going to be exported to England from wind turbines: by magic carpet? Why wreck the beauty of Wales and its crucial tourist economy to supply England?
Every story in this collection is a magic carpet ride--at times sailing through what seems to be familiar territory only to verve suddenly in an unimagined direction leaving the reader slightly disoriented and amazed.