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the study of methods of escaping (especially as a form of entertainment)

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What's more, non-culinary experiences include workshops on photography, football skills and even escapology.
A new series called The Magicians will see a trio of acts battling each week to win audience votes for best escapology, illusion or card tricks.
But five years ago, after recording for Escapology, the pair had a well-publicised disagreement.
There will also be an old fashioned carousel and a Victorian photographer, plus escapology and magic from Victorian duo, Masquerade.
A comic journey like no other, Joe will introduce you to his break-dancing Nan, challenge Houdini's reputation with an act of escapology that even David Blaine deemed too stupid, and take you on the camping journey of a lifetime.
1 albums Life Thru A Lens, I've Been Expecting You, Sing When You're Winning and Escapology.
The magical world has been sawn in half over a US museum exhibit which lets the secret of Harry Houdini's legendary escapology trick out of the bag.
A few things, U2's Greatest Hits, Robbie Williams' Escapology, Eric Clapton and Sugababes.
But the greatest act of escapology was saved until the death when Richard Stearman cleared off the line after sub Ethan Ebanks-Landell had inadvertently flicked a Jones header towards his own goal.
Antony has been a fan of escapology since hearing his grandfather talK of the great Harry Houdini.
While Murray was reflecting on his act of escapology against Marin Cilic, Berdych was beginning his quarter-final against world number one Roger Federer.
London, Aug 13 (ANI): A British daredevil has beaten escapology legend Harry Houdini's straitjacket record by 45 seconds when he performed the stunt in 1min 22secs while dangling from a helicopter.
Rob first became interested in escapology as a law student 10 years ago.
Starting with card tricks, he hit the big time when he turned his hand to escapology to become the "Handcuff King".
JAVIER Hernandez showed why he's the prince of goal poachers as Manchester United staged another act of escapology in the FA Cup at St Mary's.