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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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Tickets for the Golden Dragon Acrobats are $32; $24 for seniors and students and can be purchased online at www.prairiecenter.org or by calling (847) 895-3600.
The pope appeared to be delighted as the jugglers, acrobats and a strongman from the Golden Circus took turns to show off their tricks.
ROHM is hosting two performances of the Golden Acrobats, the second one being today
If you saw Chinese acrobats, you would be amazed at their stunts.
She is artistic director of the National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China, an executive with the school, and creator of the touring troupe's show and individual acts.
The acrobats jumping through silver hoops were astonishing, as the hoops continued to get taller and smaller.
Twirling and twisting their bodies, the acrobats moved around with agility as they showcased their art.
Sometimes it's just good fortune to find a headless acrobat's skeleton sprawled on the floor near the remains of two other people, several mules and an array of valuable metal objects.
Revellers will also be treated to traditional Nigerian dance, Congolese folk singing, Kenyan acrobats an several gospel choirs.
acrobat from Arabesque, Zahar O'Brien, in front of Selfridges and (right) with second acrobat Sophie Page Hall, top.
Clare Williams, arts officer at the pavilion, said: "The fearlessness of the Jiang Xi acrobats is legendary and we're extremely excited about this event.
The largest performing group of its kind, the Peking Acrobats perform under the direction and choreography of the Hai family, known internationally for more than three generations of Chinese acrobats.