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(1) I put it on under a big top in 1967, not far from Ramatuelle on the Cte d'Azur.
(2) Yet no one walked out of the big top, there were no fundamentalist pickets outside, no attempts to disrupt the service.
(3) Unlike most modern packs, the Big Top has an adjustable hip belt instead of an adjustable shoulder harness.
(4) The activity centres around the big top in Stockton High Street offering free all day entertainment with live broadcasts and personal appearances.
(5) The book tells of life under the big top. Sentencedict.com
(6) This guy regularly swung across the circus big top at a great height.
(7) They had the big top up in less than an hour.
(8) Market traders were put out when it was announced they would be losing their pitches to accommodate the big top.
(9) Mime has never enjoyed a place on centre stage, it lives in the shadows of fringe theatre and the Big Top.
(10) As a young player I look for subtlety and skill, not big top spin shots all the time.
(11) She was one of the great stars of the big top.
(12) And now, one of the greatest acts under the big top.
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