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fire-eater

a performer who simulates the swallowing of fire
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Writing in his new book Mud, Blood and Glitter, Haze said: "Dad told him we did a fakir, fire-eating and mind-reading act and consequently got the job.
There are dancers in animal prints and mohawks dancing on mini podiums; fire-eating girls in tutus and fishnet dancing with carefully calculated abandon; at the bottom of the stairs, across from the bar, an X-rated Snow White dances in a glass cage, happy to innocently flash a passing dancer at every opportunity.
Designed to appeal to all the family, it features rockets, robots and fire-eating dragons.
But after years spent fighting the huge reptiles, Stoick begins to see the fire-eating beasts in a different light when his son Hiccup befriends one.
Instead, they'll be able to use any talent at their disposal, which in this opening instalment includes wrestling, singing, fire-eating and good oldfashioned flirting.
15pm) Men try to impress 30 single women and win a date by wrestling, singing, fire-eating and flirting their way into the ladies' hearts.
Hydrocarbon aspiration from fire-eating can result in severe necrotising pneumonia with complex cyst formation and large pleural effusions.
Nigel Hardman performed tricks such as fire-eating, swordswallowing and bathing in broken glass while claiming incapacity and other benefits by saying he was too sick to work.
He and his mother, on holiday, encounter a fire-eating "escapologist," a troubled man his father recalls from Burma in WW II.
His early work included fire-eating stunts and stand-up comedy.
Michael Fallon, for example, fire-eating Bishop of London in the 1920s, whose pamphlets, speeches and sermons condemning discrimination against Catholic rate-payers seldom failed to get headline coverage.
During the rooftop after-party, roving entertainers dressed in everything from cheeky cowboy outfits to satyrs with hoofs entertained the crowd with stilt-walking and fire-eating.