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trapeze

1. a free-swinging bar attached to two ropes, used by circus acrobats, etc.
2. a sling like a bosun's chair at one end of a line attached to the masthead of a light racing sailing boat, used in sitting out
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I thought of opening a trapeze school here because it's always been my main hobby, and I love to fly.
My goal is to allow everyone to experience what it's like to fly on the trapeze.
My training ground for flying started at Independent Lake Camp with trapeze legend Jackie Tan.
The most interesting people I've encountered at the flying trapeze are a group of elderly students (ages 50+) that would come regularly to the trapeze in Boston.
Gaulthier says that learning the trapeze quickly becomes a source of empowerment, inspiration and exercise for aspiring aerialists ages 6 to 18.
In 2001, Gaulthier, a former journalist, threw in the towel on her thriving talent agency to return full-time to trapeze.
Cougar Town's" Carolyn Hennesy is a trapeze artist.
Former artistic gymnast Shannon Miller also had a high-flying trapeze adventure as part of her mini-series for a Florida-based fundraiser.