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she, "now that all this little difficulty about the bowstring has blown over, and that this odious tax is so happily repealed, I feel that I have been guilty of great indiscretion in withholding from you and the king (who I am sorry to say, snores -- a thing no gentleman would do) the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. This person went through numerous other and more interesting adventures than those which I related; but the truth is, I felt sleepy on the particular night of their narration, and so was seduced into cutting them short -- a grievous piece of misconduct, for which I only trust that Allah will forgive me.
Hereupon the sister of Scheherazade, as I have it from the "Isitsoornot," expressed no very particular intensity of gratification; but the king, having been sufficiently pinched, at length ceased snoring, and finally said, "hum!" and then "hoo!" when the queen, understanding these words (which are no doubt Arabic) to signify that he was all attention, and would do his best not to snore any more -- the queen, I say, having arranged these matters to her satisfaction, re-entered thus, at once, into the history 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.
Children gathered excitedly to listen to the tales of Sinbad the Sailor, while older visitors lined up to attend recycling craft and clay sculpting workshops.
For younger visitors, the festival's storytelling sessions commence with the ever-popular tale of Sinbad the Sailor, which will be brought to life by performers in the Happiness Zone, presented by Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA).
Previous pair of pages: Sinbad the Sailor was a seasoned veteran of the US Coast Guard by the time WWII recruits arrived.
History has written that the Omani Sinbad the sailor Abu Ubaidah
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.
The adaptation of superheroes in Arab culture is considered by many to be modest, apart from a few examples such as "One Thousand and One Nights," "Sinbad the Sailor" and "Aladdin," which had the usual stereotypes of turban-wearing Arabs riding camels and fighting with curved swords.
Which US actor starred in the films The Prisoner of Zenda and Sinbad the Sailor?