trapeze

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a swing used by circus acrobats

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We happened to be near a big flying trapeze rig and he said, 'For instance, you'd do something like that and most of the girls around here wouldn't.
From the walk on a wire, lion show, textile show, wheel of death, magic show, clowns, jugglers, robe act, smart dog show, flying trapeze, mono cycle, elastic man -- everything is there to entertain people of all ages, the organisers claim.
But before he died from an infection aged just 28, he was best known for inventing the flying trapeze.
The show features the unbelievable and award winning flying trapeze of Alievs White Birds, the whirlwind roller skating of the Veslovskis, vertical pole juggling from the 4 Yakovleys and the most elegant hand balancing of Vladislav Khostik.
The services are divided into three separate parts: flying trapeze and tightrope walking, cycling, park multisport games.
In addition, the 4,180 passengers that the ship can accommodate will have the use of an indoor sports and entertainment complex complete with a roller skating rink, a bumper car arena, a circus school with a flying trapeze, a full-size basketball court and a dance floor.
According to the firm's website, recent projects had included a gut renovation of "That 70s Show" actress Debra Jo Rupp's Manhattan pied-a-terre, apartment renovations in Greenwich Village and the Flatiron District, and the design of a double flying trapeze ring in Reading, Mass.
Children have less fear than adults, and less of a way to fall when they topple over (unless they are the flying trapeze artist
The show contains some of the greatest and most bizarre circus acts ever seen - from a daredevil flying trapeze to a vampiric crow woman suspended only by her hair.
30pm Circus of horrors celebrates its 15th year with bizarre circus acts from dare devil flying trapeze to a woman suspended only by her hair.
The 30-day event, which will present a cornucopia of world-class circus acts -- from flying trapeze artistes to trained tigers -- will be organised by the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Ras Al Khaimah in coordination with Prestige Events.
The first flying trapeze act was presented in France in 1859.
The show features a cast of 26 wild and weird performers, including daredevil flying trapeze artists and a "vampire" crow woman suspended by her hair.
However, the flying trapeze was not performed until 1859 when Frenchman Jules Leotard first flew from one suspended bar to another.