Circus


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Circus

see harrier (2).
References in classic literature ?
When I was five years old I went to my first circus.
I saw the snake-charmer, and no more of the circus did I see that night.
The Brixton Road does not lie between any circus and Houndsditch," said Sherlock Holmes sharply.
Cahin Caha may well be a leader in the French merger of touchy-feely dance-theater and stunning circus stunts into a convincing, gorgeous hybrid.
But now, the burden of licensing under the 2003 Act threatens to kill -or seriously maim -touring circus in the UK.
The Swiss National Circus Knie has kept this tradition up.
From historic tradition to modern mega-business, we're once again Circus City, U.
In celebration of the London 2012 Games, Boris Johnson hosted Piccadilly Circus Circus, an event that saw Central London transform into an actual circus.
Heekin III, Grey Group Chairman and CEO, said, "We are delighted to welcome Circus to Grey Group.
Circus Mondao is one of just two travelling circuses in Britain still using wild animals in its shows.
In fact, in any country this will be an animal rights issue as long as the circus includes animals in their acts.
attended the Circus Smirkus summer camp in Vermont.