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- n. Plural form of jinni.
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“I believe in Allah and his Prophet, and in nothing else,” was his sturdy creed; he rejected alchemy, jinnis and magicians, and truly he had a most unoriental distaste for tales of wonder.
Moslem divines, be it observed, ascribe to Mohammed miraculous authority over animals, vegetables, and minerals, as well as over men, angels, and jinnis.
Rashîd made matters worse by dwelling on the risks we ran not only from abandoned men but ghouls and jinnis.
This individual, whose name was Ali, had been transported in the twinkling of an eye by jinnis, from somewhere in the neighbourhood of Hamá to the wilds of
But you're gettin 'dere, yankee boy, you're gettin' dere. jinnis
Mac is something you get at the place with Arches, and if I'm not mistaken, you eat them. jinnis ok, so I'll admit to a little giggle, if only because of how many times I've seen computer savvy people go back and forth on Mac and Windows.