Scheherazade

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Sche•her•a•za•de

(ʃəˌhɛr əˈzɑ də, -ˈzɑd, -ˌhɪər-)

n.
(in The Arabian Nights' Entertainments) the wife of the sultan of India, who relates such interesting tales nightly that the sultan spares her life.
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SCHEREZADE, EL VIEJO EN EL UMBRAL Y EL ARTE DE ALEGAR
Like the stories of Scherezade in One Thousand and One Nights or the epic poetry that makes up much of the world's oral traditions, the eight stories in this text are told in a manner that enchants.
It depends on how much we spend," says Scherezade Shroff, who has a fashion channel on YouTube with over 1 lakh subscribers.
If, as he further argues, the 1001 Nights in which Scherezade's stories "keep the sultan awake and the storyteller alive, can be read as an allegory of the death-deferring function that dreaming performs every night, for everyone" (Farbman 2008, 3), in Shepard's Geography of a Horse Dreamer Cody's loss of the desired dream space is precisely what provokes a death threat for him.
Her show started off in vivid orange- toned ensembles worn by five bloggers-- Malini Agarwal aka MissMalini, Rhea Gupte, Aanam Chasmawala, Scherezade Shroff and Karishma Rajani.