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a person who entertains people for money in public places (as by singing or dancing), usually while asking for money

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AGROUP of Liverpool buskers is giving the X Factor contestants a run for their money with a new Christmas single.
Busker Steven Lockmoore entertains in King Street to promote a new film
Busker " She said that the abuse clearly had a detrimental effect on the victim's life.
Shields Ferry customers were entertained by buskers as they made their way across the river on Bank Holiday Monday.
Passengers on the Shields Ferry were entertained by buskers as they made their way across the river on Bank Holiday Monday.
The Lawrence Busker Festival features street performers with such unique skills as fire-eating, acrobatics, magic, sword-swallowing, breakdancing and feats of strength.
According to Festival Director Glen Pickering, the buskers are returning to the Arts Centre for the first time since the Canterbury earthquakes, reports (http://www.
He plays Crazy Max who runs a retro record shop but has the power to send debt-troubled busker Mickey Block into another decade in an effort to turn his life around.
Liam said: "Narrated by naive Glaswegian singer-songwriter, Rab, The Busker is a novel of contemporary politics and how society views creativity and art.
Busker has been recording and performing throughout the northeast for over a decade.
Summary: Bob the London busker cat could be heading to Hollywood with his owner.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Halifax is home to the International Busker Festival 2010.
Busker backers keep faith BUSKER ROYAL made it two from two over fences when taking the At The Races Novices' Chase at Fakenham, but champion jockey Tony McCoy had to sit tight as Nicky Henderson's gelding put in one or two chancy leaps.
Top, a fan sings as a busker in Darth Vader gear takes a breather.
A police officer must face disciplinary proceedings over the death of a busker, the High Court ruled yesterday.