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acrobat

an entertainer who performs acts that require skill, agility, and coordination, such as tumbling, swinging from a trapeze, or walking a tightrope

Acrobat

(text, product)
A product from Adobe Systems, Inc., for manipulating documents stored in Portable Document Format. Acrobat provides a platform-independent means of creating, viewing, and printing documents.

Acropolis: the magazine of Acrobat publishing.

Acrobat

Document exchange software from Adobe that allows documents to be displayed and printed the same on every computer. The Acrobat system created the Portable Document Format (PDF), which is widely used in commercial printing and on the Web. See PDF.
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Hammer time: Ryan Giggs hails Nani after the winger made it 2-0 Volley good fellow: Dimitar Berbatov acrobatically rifles United's third goal to cap a resounding win over rock-bottom West Ham
The laminated timber structure of the smaller of the two volumes is acrobatically supported by the concrete frame of the larger volume.
Grinning in the face of peril, laughing at the villains out to foil him, and acrobatically, albeit sometimes distinctly hammily, filling the screen with derring-do, Fairbanks delighted audiences as Zorro, the Black Pirate, Robin Hood, and many other heroes.
A Kristian Platt free-kick was then acrobatically turned over the bar by the home keeper.
Koke flighted a ball in and Costa acrobatically volleyed past Christian Abbiati.
The visitors went ahead inside just three minutes through Wes Hoolahan but Villa produced a superb response after 25 minutes when Ron Vlaar crossed into the box for Benteke who controlled on his chest before acrobatically firing home with his back to goal.
Rugby had taken a 1-0 lead just six minutes before the injury after a wonder goal from David Kolodynski, who acrobatically volleyed in from Seb Lake-Gaskin's cross.
You will see queen of Russian circus, Yana Alievia, on a revolving aerial chandelier; The Whirlwind Rubsovsm Troupe acrobatically catapult themselves into the air at breakneck speed; The Juggling Sherbakovs on the reverse pyramid of St Petersburg and the vertical pole balancing of The Alikanov.
Evans must have thought he had got a second equaliser when he scrambled the ball past Smith from eight yards out, but Ashton's Steve Hall acrobatically cleared off the line with a bicycle kick.
Artists include The Didyk, a double Russian swing troupe who acrobatically catapult themselves across the ring.
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.
But the 25-strong troupe are back with their new performance 'Leganda', which 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.