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fire-eater

a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire
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He said: "I was hopeless at juggling, unicycling and trapeze - so the only other thing was fire-eating.
Don't miss the fire-eating Wayne Rooney, who has been practising his act outside a Manchester nightclub recently.
will be Listening Ears'' Bring the Fire will be wowing crowds with a spectacular fire-eating display, plus there will be plenty of chances to get active as there will be a range of sporting activities taking place on the day.
Claire Richards (left) tries fire-eating, Nancy Dell'Olio does illusions and Ann Widdecombe performs with budgerigars.
Expect even more extraordinary sights on new show Get Your Act Together, where celebs learn skills such as plate spinning and fire-eating.
Other highlights include a sumptuous medieval banquet, a fire-eating jester and a yule log dragged through the city.
They will be invited to come and explore the castle, where they will meet fire-eating, sword-juggling jesters, the Harry Potter-inspired characters, the castle's own knights and princesses and the Northumberland dragon.
I am a gentleman turning gray, who, in the morning, gets rid of his dreams that were swarming with fire-eating reptiles.
The fire-eating rhetoric that led to Sumter is now relatively common, even in moderate Democratic circles.
At the Lower East Side's Present Company Theatorium, one can see the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, featuring fire-eating fellatio (actually a flaming dildo) and a plate-spinning act wherein the stick is gripped firmly in the performer's vagina.
But since they did not, critical language in the US has more often than not reflected Ruskin's fire-eating style.