Sindbad


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Sind•bad

(ˈsɪn bæd, ˈsɪnd-)

also Sinbad


n.
(in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) a citizen of Baghdad who acquired great wealth in the course of seven fantastic voyages.
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I remember well what a vizir said to King Sindbad, his master, to prevent him from putting the prince, his son, to death.
What the Greek king said excited the vizir's curiousity, and he said to him, "Sire, I beg your majesty to have the condescension to tell me what the vizir said to King Sindbad.
This vizir," he replied, "told King Sindbad that one ought not believe everything that a mother-in-law says, and told him this story.
Lucy had had her far-sighted views in begging Tom to come on Sindbad.
Well, William Dobbin had for once forgotten the world, and was away with Sindbad the Sailor in the Valley of Diamonds, or with Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Peribanou in that delightful cavern where the Prince found her, and whither we should all like to make a tour; when shrill cries, as of a little fellow weeping, woke up his pleasant reverie; and looking up, he saw Cuff before him, belabouring a little boy.
The Fairy Peribanou had fled into the inmost cavern with Prince Ahmed: the Roc had whisked away Sindbad the Sailor out of the Valley of Diamonds out of sight, far into the clouds: and there was everyday life before honest William; and a big boy beating a little one without cause.
Jack Maldon as a modern Sindbad, and pictured him the bosom friend of all the Rajahs in the East, sitting under canopies, smoking curly golden pipes - a mile long, if they could be straightened out.
Until now, Sindbad members had to contact Oman Air's loyalty team to get their redemption tickets issued.
The latest announcement is in keeping with Oman Air and Omantel's recent agreement to maximise the value of rewards provided by the Makasib and Sindbad loyalty programmes.
He said that Arab Bridge Maritime is specialised in all types of maritime transport and is owned by three countries (Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq), while Sindbad Shipping and Transport Company is experienced in the field of tourist transport and tourist facilities and all kinds of water sports and domestic and international leisure trips.
Sindbad members can earn up to 10,000 Sindbad miles for each hotel night booked thro-ugh Kaligo.
Customers will also receive Bank Muscat Oman Air credit card and earn Oman Air's free Sindbad miles.
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