snake charmer


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snake charmer

an entertainer, esp in Asia, who charms or appears to charm snakes by playing music and by rhythmic body movements
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'Snake charmers are the only ones who play the Murli Been,' he said while accompanying Mai Dhai in a performance.
The footage shows the snake charmer squatting outside the well-known Barbanki temple, getting ready to put up a show.
To Joseph Allen Boone, in his voluminous Homoerotics of Orientalism, Gerome's famous Snake Charmer is a crucial point of reference, for several related reasons.
I was 14, and she had a way of touching my shoulder when she talked, which had the same effect on me as the snake charmer's flute does on a drowsy king cobra.
The world's most pierced woman Elaine Davidson will perform alongside snake charmer and burlesque queen Kitty LeRoux.
Everything should be perfectly lit (Hafalla was hired as a lighting assistant) and no subject was sacred to Mark, who was described as a snake charmer of the soul.
Elsewhere on his travels, Martin meets a snake charmer in Nepal, sees how the bulbul song birds are used in gambling, and back in Blighty tries out the 500-year-old activity of swan upping.
The other showcased artworks are Portrait of Louise Vernet as a Child, The Meal, Discs, Spring, Landscape with Yellow Birds, The Sea at Le Havre, Footballers, The Snake Charmer, and Starry Night.
The authorities took help of a snake charmer to take snake out of the car.
But thanks to the Wicked Cool Friendship Bracelets book, I now know five more bracelet styles and with very cool names too: Bitten, Cobweb, Roses and Thorns, Snake Charmer, and Tangled.
Calf Shirt, a Blood Indian snake charmer, who picks up and handles rattlesnakes, has also been engaged for a season.