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ringmaster

the master of ceremonies in a circus
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A recipient of an MBE, Norman has dedicated his life to the circus, along with a spell on television in the 1970s, and he has served as a ringmaster since 1952.
The latter, who worked as a ringmaster, left Cam several years ago without saying goodbye.
the lion escaped and left the ringmaster bleeding bright blooms like
Not only is it imperative to select the right ringmaster, it is also imperative that the ringmaster pairs the right performers to the appropriate acts.
Mr Barrett, who was a famed ringmaster in Blackpool for many years, said: "We've been to the North East with other shows but never with Zippo's.
We had the former for a couple of months and then the apprentice was put in charge by the ringmaster.
Ringmaster Dr John Haze, who grew up in Porthmadog, is once again in control as The Ringmaster.
The tent is actually a giant spaceship inhabited by teenagers with special abilities (superflexibility or machine genius, for example) and captained by the Ringmaster and an artificial intelligence named Miss Three.
Ladieeeeees and gentlemen, children of all ages, presenting the man who was the youngest and the first African-American ringmaster in the 140-year history of Ringling Bros.
Ringmaster and illusionist Kim Kenneth said: "We're bringing something unique.
The appropriately named James Clowney, who plays the role of the Ringmaster, said: "I've been playing the Ringmaster for just about eight years.
I played a ringmaster who halfway through changed out of his ringmaster outfit and put on a dress, hence the title.