Cojoor in a sentence

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My wife's parrot was supposed to be a cojoor, or fetish.
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It is an exceedingly small and ancient piece of furniture, and has been handed down for many generations and is considered to be a cojoor, or talisman.
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This was of course "cojoor" (magic).
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This was cojoor, or magic, which at first made them feel uncomfortable.
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He replied, that when on the march from Foweera, he had observed a peculiarly-shaped tree, upon which was fastened a native cojoor, or spell.
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The women decided that I was to be kept in the camp as a cojoor or talisman, and that the natives were not to lead me into danger of wild animals.
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Examples of Cojoor

Example #1
This was the grey bird of West Africa, that was unknown in these parts.
Example #2
Tortoise shells, scales of the manis, lions' claws, and those of the leopard, roots, knots of trees of peculiar shape, and many other things, are worn as talismans.
Example #3
There is also an ancient drum, which is regarded with reverence as something uncanny, and the two articles are always jealously guarded by special soldiers, and are seldom used. Should the throne be lost or stolen, the authority of the king would disappear, together with the talisman, and disorder would reign throughout the country until the precious object should be restored.
Example #4
The throne is composed partly of copper and of wood.
Example #5
It was difficult to draw them away from the looking glasses, but at length the pictures were examined.
Example #6
It was then discovered that every person was multiplied in a similar manner!