barnstorm

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appear at county fairs and carnivals as a stunt flier and parachute jumper

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tour the country making political speeches, giving lectures, or presenting plays

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To reveal the story would ruin the experience - suffice to say that big boss battles, even bigger, beautiful cut-scenes and the kind of gameplay twists you could never predict, all ensure that this series goes out with a barnstorming bang.
20PM Forest Whitaker (below) embodies the brutal, buffoonish spirit of Ugandan despot Idi Amin's circus of horrors in a barnstorming Oscarwinning turn - charming, funny and quite crazy.
The south east London club's fans have a reputation for being fearsome and unforgiving, but the pink Blues refused to let the Millwall fans' ironic wolfwhistles put them off, coming back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 in a barnstorming secondhalf performance.
Bush kicked off a multi-state tour on President's Day 2006, barnstorming from Wisconsin to Michigan and Colorado to stump for his new "Advanced Energy Initiative.
Clinton begins his third barnstorming tour of the state today on behalf of wife and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Having never topped the table previously, Leam Rangers went on a barnstorming run of results - and their last-day 2-0 win at Prudhoe was the icing on the cake.
BARNSTORMING provides a fine Gail McCarthy mystery and tells of two horseback riders shot on the trains net the vet's home in California.
Anthony Pappalardo has been seen barnstorming SF for the Lakai video in progress.
He met a lot of the Negro League players during their barnstorming days.
Those who stayed 10 minutes after the second encore were rewarded with a barnstorming version of Prince's I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man.
Jackson, who declined to give his age, owns the Harlem Globetrotters, the barnstorming basketball team for which he played during the mid-1960s.
On Tuesday, October 31, 2000, Colorado Lieutenant Governor Joe Rogers will join Renee Amoore, national director of the GOP's multicultural New Majority Council for a barnstorming day of campaigning in Philadelphia and its suburbs on behalf of Pennsylvania's GOP candidates and Texas Governor George W.
Several low-cost activities can be planned as a group, such as cook-outs, hikes in local state parks, movies, overnight camping excursions, or barnstorming trips (to play games with another camps' CITs).