But you reappeared in Mandalay, attired as a street fakir; and you limped all the way to Rangoon.
"Peter the Brazen" by George F. Worts
Cousin Rho, what's a fakir?
"The Faith Healer" by William Vaughn Moody
Neurotics, hoodoos and fakirs are worse than a plague; there's contagion in their fooling.
"Blake's Burden" by Harold Bindloss
Perhaps no professional man in China earns as much as these fakirs.
"Where Half The World Is Waking Up" by Clarence Poe
The cheap professional fakir, sneaking in to get money that ought to go to the Hospital!
"Philo Gubb Correspondence-School Detective" by Ellis Parker Butler
Drove to Amber, the ancient city of the Rajpoots, now almost uninhabited, except by Fakirs.
"The Last Voyage" by Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
Masochism presents a certain analogy with the religious ecstasy of fakirs and flagellants who flog themselves.
"The Sexual Question" by August Forel
Made a business of following fairs as a fakir.
"The Social Work of the Salvation Army" by Edwin Gifford Lamb
His diet was as meager as that of an Indian fakir, though not otherwise resembling it.
"Memoirs of Life and Literature" by W. H. Mallock
You're a regular Hindoo fakir and for all I know you may have hypnotized the whole crowd of us.
"The Go Ahead Boys and the Treasure Cave" by Ross Kay
Now, how did you happen to fall in with those fakirs?
"Young Auctioneers" by Edward Stratemeyer
I will go to this fakir and learn from him to be a fakir too.
"Indian Fairy Tales" by Anonymous
He's a damned fakir, and you know it.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
I sought out in Peshawar a holy fakir whom I know.
"Barclay of the Guides" by Herbert Strang
All five fakirs listened with rapt attention.
"The Lion of Janina" by Mór Jókai
I had this watch now, and made up my mind I would trade it to the "fakir" and get a lot of pies for us all.
"Adventures and Reminiscences of a Volunteer" by George T. Ulmer
No one was at first visible; but at that very moment the fakir came out from the temple.
"Guy in the Jungle" by William Murray Graydon
This is the body of a Fakir, a stately man with fine features, and past the prime of life.
"Reminiscences" by Hans Mattson
Some were rank fakirs, who every now and then grew rich before they were discovered.
"Harper's Round Table, October 15, 1895" by Various
They're fakirs, all right!
"John Marsh's Millions" by Charles Klein
Fakir ([77, 78], and references therein) has suggested to use astrometry to detect periodic variations in apparent angular separations of appropriate light sources, caused by gravitational waves emitted by isolated sources of gravitational radiation.
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
Fakir, Creation of Universes with Nonminimal Coupling (Ph.D. thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1989.) R.
General relativistic cosmology with no beginning of time
This demonstration is an ideal magic demonstration since it is traditionally performed by magicians and fakirs.
On the other hand, as Makino and Sasaki and Fakir, Habib and Unruh have proved, the amplitude of scalar perturbation in the Jordan frame exactly coincides with that in the Einstein frame.
Non-Minimal Inflation after WMAP3