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a rod used by a magician or water diviner

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a thin supple twig or rod

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a ceremonial or emblematic staff

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a thin tapered rod used by a conductor to lead an orchestra or choir

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Greenwald explained how it was Gomez's dream to be on Disney Channel, not just to have her own show, but also to be able to follow in the footsteps of so many Disney stars before her by being on-screen and using the magical wand to draw the well-known mouse ears.
Whether he has any magical wand to do so while being in the opposition?
We will not play with their dreams or tell them that we have a magical wand," to resolve the country's massive problems, he said.
Pendragon Round Table will be waving its magical wand as part of its Christmas Wish campaign, in partnership with the Examiner.
However, Egypt's problems are many, large, and complex and there is no magical wand that will make the Egyptians wake up tomorrow in a utopia.
The moral implications of this coincidence seem to have escaped the judgment of those in power, whether regionally or internationally, who have the magical wand to ease the suffering of the Palestinians
Using the iPhone as a stand-in for a magical wand, players study and practice movements in a virtual classroom while reciting incantations such as "Flabilis" to cast the spell for levitation, for example.
This reading bewitches, as if a magical wand is reaching out to touch listeners and pull them in.
The culture of marriage in Arab family regards the wife as though she possesses a magical wand, which, if she knows how to take advantage of it, enables her to draw the man onto the path she desires.
If you could wave a magical wand and have everyone fit then we would be okay, but we have been left a bit short through injuries.