We have no meanings for "work some magic" in our records yet.
Or, failing that, just slip a dodgy college preparatory expert a few million bucks and ask him to work some magic.
The year after that, kids were growing out their hair all year just to have Adam work some magic on their mane.
I worked some magic in the Beinecke.
The Italian worked some magic spell last season but in the Premier League, money beats magic every time.
He's working some magic, Scatty said.
He'd assumed Joe and Retter had worked some magic to free him but never expected to have a clean record.
Maybe she worked some magic of her own, or maybe the magic in the dragons' blood was simply used up.
Are we to imagine that the mere passing through the gates of death works some magic change in his character?
"Aren't you going to work some magic?" she asked hopefully.
If they were working some magic, or some plan for the defense of those gates, he needed to know what it was.
Left winger Daniel Sedin tied the score for the Canucks late in the third period after center Henrik Sedin worked some magic with the puck.
"Then work some magic," I said.
"She tried only to work some magic, to make me hard to see, but somehow it backfired," Rage gasped.
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