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vigorously active

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While one of the other attractions is the Whirlwind Rubsovsm troupe, who acrobatically catapult themselves into the big top at break-neck speed.
The striker celebrated acrobatically when he completed a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest last week, and proved he is finally settling in England by bagging a double at Blackpool in midweek.
The Bulgarian has been in decent form this season and after escaping the attentions of Spector at the far post he acrobatically volleyed home Nani's clipped cross.
Ojha, acrobatically caught by Mahela Jayawardene at first slip, was the final Indian wicket to fall in the second innings as the visitors made 338, with his dismissal setting off wild celebrations among Sri Lanka's players and fans in the stadium.
Twice Mackin forced Thompson into action, diving acrobatically to his left and then saving at his near post.
Berbatov, who got half of about 3000 votes in the online poll, was instrumental in United's successes in October, beginning with a home win over Sunderland, in which he volleyed home acrobatically to draw the Reds level for the first time in the match.
However, his lofted drive over mid-off was acrobatically caught by the Green Moor captain, Sam Askey, and the home side were suddenly up against it.
Alastair Cook (10) was acrobatically caught at gully by Michael Hussey off Ben Hilfenhaus in the eighth over and Johnson dismissed Strauss (30) caught off his glove by a ball which rose viciously.
Oakley went close again but his volley was well parried by Higgs, who was then tested by Andy King's longrange effort, acrobatically tipping the ball over the bar.
Other flowers pollinate themselves, but none has been reported to do so as acrobatically as the flowers of Holcoglossum amesianum.
Ian Hall spent two years breeding them and hoped to enter them in roller competitions, in which the birds perform acrobatically while flying in formation.
The former West Ham United youngster raced into the penalty area and neatly flicked the ball past Everton goalkeeper John Ruddy, only to see his effort acrobatically cleared off the line at the last minute by Sean Wright.
But within a minute of the restart the league leaders went ahead after Umit Ozat's left-wing cross was met by Tuncay, who rising acrobatically above John O'Shea, made perfect contact with a high volley that crashed in off the crossbar.
It also included a fairly conventional, acrobatically inclined duet, using Richard Rodgers music (who isn't in this centenary year?), choreographed by another San Franciscan, Val Caniparoli, now resident choreographer of Tulsa Ballet.
In 1961 Fred McDarrah took his famous photograph of Bluhm balancing acrobatically on a ladder as he completed a sweeping brushstroke.