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Acrobat

A computer program that converts any document into the form it would look like if it were printed. Sometimes these documents can be edited in Acrobat, but not always. It preserves all colors and formatting the document had in other programs.
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1 -- 2 -- color) In one of the Shanghai troupe's most popular stunts above, an acrobat dives through five interlocking hoops that are stacked more than 6 feet high.
The acrobats leave the mosque in their white robes, and assemble in the village square.
The clown is also taunted by the acrobats who, shedding their robes, fill the dusk with flying, twisting shapes.
The acrobats have one final profitable ploy -- the morning's donations, which are auctioned off.
Interestingly, it is not only the acrobats that claim Sidi Ahmed's patronage.
All acrobats are expected to visit the tomb during the festival and give cash donations to guarantee the saint's continued help.
However, to most Moroccans the acrobats are undeniably the sons of the saint, and the bringer of his blessing.
Today the focus of the acrobats life has shifted from the saint's tomb to Marrakech and the Djema el Fna, the large public square in the city's medina.
This corner of Marrakech is also where successful acrobats return to, sinking their savings into cafes and small hotels.
The Djema is also where the apprentice acrobats come when they have learned their trade in the mountains and desert.
Another acrobat, Wang He, specializes in low-wire balancing.