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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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This year, the Legenda show features the life of the Russian folklore figure Rasputin and includes The Didyk, a double Russian swing troupe acrobatically catapulting themselves high into the big top and across the ring.
The game seemed destined to finish one apiece after Huddersfield's Alex Smithies acrobatically tipped Alexander's header onto the bar in the 79th minute before the lively Henry snatched a dramatic winner.
But the keeper had a lucky escape after the break when he punched a corner off Dave Kitson's back and Kalifa Cisse had to acrobatically clear on the line.
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.
Figueroa netted the leveller when he acrobatically controlled a deflected shot with his heel, and squeezed a left-footed shot between Oswaldo Sanchez's legs.
Kirkland kicked away acrobatically and Hasan Sas' header was cleared off the line by Hyypia and the keeper was up in time to make a fine save from Berkant Goktan's drive.
The Mugglewump Monkeys tumble acrobatically across the stage, gibbering and grooming each other.
Mike Atherton was caught off Shaun Pollock for a duck and debutant Steve James reached only 10 before being acrobatically caught down the legside by wicketkeeper Mark Boucher as he gloved a rising Allan Donald thunderbolt.
He dares to set an angelic Pascale Leroy dancing to Aaron Neville's "Ave Maria" or acrobatically wrestling a ballet barre to Nat "King" Cole's "Unforgettable.
KICKER LINE Van Persie acrobatically fires HANDS ON VICTORY Pelle performs his take on the All Blacks ritual with Kiwi sports therapist Graeme Staddon
Bedworth enjoyed the better of the first half, aided by some indiscipline by the hosts, coming closest when Josh O'Grady's shot was acrobatically saved by Martin.
A cast of talented circus artists will take audiences on a journey, with the newly-devised show including the queen of Russian Circus Yana Alievia on a revolving aerial chandelier, the Whirlwind Rubsovsm troupe who acrobatically catapult themselves at breakneck speed, the juggling Sherbakovs on the reverse pyramid of St Petersburg, and the Doktrov, flying and spiralling in the apex of the auditorium There's also clowns Splendid Pavlik and Klava.