Genie

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The pseudonym of a feral child who spent the first 13 years of her life locked inside a bedroom strapped to a potty chair until she was discovered by authorities. She was a victim of one of the most severe cases of social isolation in American history
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However, it is yet a mystery how the sewing machine has been elevated to the status of the magic lamp.
A magic lamp is being produced which can apparently wipe five years off a person's face in the space of two months.
This book, set in the Moslem world, returns to the classic story of Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, to tell what might happen after Aladdin loses possession of the lamp.
A Magic Lamp Distribution Services (Tujunga, Calif.
Pauline tries her best to seduce old Derek and offers to rub his magic lamp without realising he's a friend of Dorothy's.
To win at Denver, Indianapolis and New England is no mean feat, but those last two victories were achieved with last-gasp touchdowns and you wonder whether the genie will keep popping out of the magic lamp.
Release the Wish List Genie from her magic lamp to create and send your own wish list, Design Your Own Complete skateboard to your specifications at a special package price, find the perfect gift with The Elements of Gift Giving, check out featured pro athletes in the Pro Cam, and much more.
DANCE Aladdin The classic story of Aladdin and his adventures with a magic lamp is brought to life by Birmingham Royal Ballet in this glittering production, featuring lavish sets and costumes, stunning special effects and beautiful choreography by David Bintley.
The Evil Queen steals Aladdin's magic lamp from Jasmine and makes a wish that could sideline the Savior forever," the synopsis reveals.
Audiences are being invited to rub the magic lamp, enter the cave of wonders and be transported to a fun fairytale world filled with adventure, mystique, stunning sets and costumes, comedy, song and dance and lots of participation - not to mention a flying carpet.
What I'll be wishing for the next |time I find a magic lamp (Aladdin has been discovered by yours truly this week).
What Marc doesn't quite seem to grasp is that no-one is expecting Ed Balls to appear on Merseyside on May 8 with a gleaming pot of gold, a magic lamp and the Holy Grail tucked under his arm.