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"—And right there is where you would miss the trapeze bar by a foot, and no net under you," interrupted Davy disgustedly.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
However, the Prince pointed out to me the girl on the trapeze, the same one you had admired in Rome.
POLLY THE PAGANISABEL ANDERSON
In the loft a boy learns to turn flip-flops, and with a lariat rope he can make a trapeze.
BILL'S SCHOOL AND MINEWILLIAM SUDDARDS FRANKLIN
Then if the bar be grasped and the body thrown forward, the trapeze, the arms, and the body will form the segment of a circle.
As I sat on the trapeze bar there was that boy forty feet above me kicking and yelling.
Mitzi von Neutin, the trapeze performer, was also slender and strong.
THE CRIMSON FLASHROY J. SNELL
As soon as he feels the barb of the hook he tries to climb up the line and jump all around like a trapeze performer.
CHUMS OF THE CAMP FIRELAWRENCE J. LESLIE
She could barely remember the father, who was a circus acrobat and had been killed by a fall from a trapeze.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
The schoolroom has rings and a trapeze, a bookshelf full of boys' books, and cupboards full of stone bricks, cannon and soldiers.
A STUDENT IN ARMSDONALD HANKEY
Then he commenced to swing himself backwards and forwards for an enormous leap on to another trapeze.
A FORTUNATE TERMANGELA BRAZIL

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