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sideshow

a small show or entertainment offered in conjunction with a larger attraction, as at a circus or fair
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I know derby is huge, but I just want the win - Wilkin WREXHAM manager Kevin Wilkin has warned his players not to be distracted by the 'sideshow' of tonight's cross-border derby clash with Chester FC.
And Mr Lord's bosses last night insisted they did not view the project as a sideshow and they believed it is "a valuable project which has the potential to have a very positive impact on Berwick".
The Inter-Dimensional Vaudevillians' Cosmic Sideshow featuring The Wortown Bombshells, Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band, The Big Nazo, Flow Theory Fire and Mizz Kitsune begins at 7 p.m.
While the film has just gone into production, under the direction of James Gunn ("Super"), Disney Consumer Products used the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas to announce that Hasbro will create toys, while Sideshow Collectibles will produce high-end statues.
"It is disappointing, then, that Dave Whelan felt the need to run the kind of sideshow he conducted via Sky Sports News."
"We have to be sure as well because at the end of the day that's going to affect tshe performance of the rest of the players if it becomes a bit of a sideshow which gets out of hand."
"There were no problems about money, what was said, or anything else - absolute sideshow."
Philip Booth (left) and Malcolm Parkinson on one of the sideshows
Zigun, the founder of the Coney Island Circus Sideshow and Artistic Director of Coney Island USA, will join the CIDC Board of Directors.
"PERFORMANCE IS CRUCIAL TO THE HISTORY of visual art, and yet it's always been kind of a sideshow," says art historian, curator, and critic RoseLee Goldberg, who has spent her career making a case for the genre's rightful place under the art-world big top.
Tuma is said to be becoming a skate sideshow attraction.
Let alone authors as out of the norm as Cooper, whose appealingly boyish personal style makes people occasionally question her presence in ladies' rooms--not unlike the questioning faced by the character Isak in Parts, who goes so far as to appear in a carnival sideshow as an "Is it a boy or a girl?" freak.