Sinbad the Sailor

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Noun1.Sinbad the Sailor - in the Arabian Nights a hero who tells of the fantastic adventures he had in his voyagesSinbad the Sailor - in the Arabian Nights a hero who tells of the fantastic adventures he had in his voyages
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My dear sister," said she, on the thousand-and-second night, (I quote the language of the "Isitsoornot" at this point, verbatim) "my dear sister," said she, "now that all this little difficulty about the bowstring has blown over, and that this odious tax is so happily repealed, I feel that I have been guilty of great indiscretion in withholding from you and the king (who I am sorry to say, snores -- a thing no gentleman would do) the full conclusion of Sinbad the sailor.
Something like the travels of Sinbad the Sailor," I replied, laughing.
He knows no more of Jack the Giant Killer or of Sinbad the Sailor than he knows of the people in the stars.
panto Sinbad the sailor Acklam Community Theatrical Society (ACTS) is performing Sinbad the Sailor one more time after the success of the January shows.
THE ever popular Almondbury Pantomime is this year, presenting the adventures of Sinbad the Sailor.
Al Khor Mall's hosting of the Flying Super Kids show had also seen a continuous flow of mallgoers for seven days while Hyatt Plaza treated visitors with Sinbad the Sailor (performed by Lebanese artistes in Arabic) at its crowded food court.
On January 31, 1872, Stanley, who evidently enjoyed a flamboyant gesture, entertained the cast and behind-the-scenes staff of the pantomime, Sinbad the Sailor, to supper on the stage, taking the opportunity to crow about the fact that some doubters suggested the theatre would never be a success.
The concert will end with the famous and sensational symphonic poem Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov which evokes, according to the composer, "a kaleidoscope of fairy-tale images" from A thousand and One Nights, such as Sinbad the Sailor and the woodcutter Ali Baba.
Muscat: Tales of Sinbad the Sailor have captivated children the world over for centuries but it was seafarers from Oman Shipping Company who enthralled their young audience with tales of storm blasts and swooping shearwaters at Oman Sail's Community Sailing Programme event held yesterday with Oman Shipping Company.
The story goes that Sinbad the sailor was rescued by a giant roc.
REVIEW Sinbad The Sailor ALDRIDGE YOUTH THEATRE THIS panto may have the lowest budget in the West Midlands, but the post-Christmas cracker is still packed with goodies and bursting with enthusiasm.
Akhtar and the musicians started the set with Sinbad the Sailor from Rock On