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Synonyms for Barnum

United States showman who popularized the circus (1810-1891)

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Barnum was accused of sexually assaulting a 16-year-old Shrewsbury girl on May 5, 2006, in Boylston.
Chris Inns and Frances Jackson take the lead roles in Barnum.
They also serve high-risk arrest warrants where we have some indication that the suspect has superior firepower or a very bad, lengthy criminal arrest record,'' Barnum said.
Fully Charged stylish ringmaster, David Shipman flanked by the Barnum Babes with their rockin' dance moves, introduces audiences to an international cast of 36 elite performers from 11 countries that generate eye-popping thrills and unbelievable feats.
LoConto had suggested trying to resolve both the civil and criminal cases with a settlement that would include the Barnum family paying money to the alleged victim and a reduction or dismissal of the charges.
JUGGLERS, trick cyclists and tumblers will be taking to the stage at Bedworth Civic Hall on Tuesday, May 19, for the musical Barnum.
F American showman PT Barnum had had his way, Shakespeare's birthplace would have been moved to America.
THEATRE star Brian Conley opened his month-long run in Barnum this week - and hopes to puts lots of smiles on faces.
While it may not be the greatest show on earth - although it's still pretty darned good - this Cameron Mackintosh production of Barnum can surely lay claim to be the boldest and brightest on the current UK touring circuit.
While I was doing pantomime with Gok Wan, he gave my wife a makeover and mentioned that a nice pair of diamond earrings would complement the new hair and make-up, so I bought her some for 2GLOVES FOR TIGHT WIR TWIR E As I have to rehearse the tight wire for Barnum daily, I purchased new gloves from a local cycle shop.
and Barnum & Bailey is coming to town and inspire audiences to go to the show.
MOST of us will be familiar with the name PT Barnum.