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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjugglerjug‧gler /ˈdʒʌɡlə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  someone who juggles objects in the air, especially to entertain people
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jugglerA juggler was entertaining a theatre queue, turning an orange, a book and a saucepan in an incongruous circle.It's a performance with an environmental message told unusually by jugglers.Voice over Fire Noise was formed a year ago; a few jugglers and drummers got together.But times are hard, and bands of itinerant jugglers and acrobats have gone before them, picking the villages clean.They switch three bowler hats between the two of them like jugglers.Ed Kevarkian, who will craft balloon animals and hats; and Carl Hein, a magician, juggler and balloon artist.They danced as if hurled by some titanic juggler from below the edge of the world.They are the ultimate jugglers, but they have to manage without the help of disposable nappies, supermarkets and freezers.
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