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    • Object manipulation

    • Object manipulation is a form of dexterity play or performance in which one or more people physically interact with one or more objects. Many object manipulation skills are recognised circus skills. Other object manipulation skills are linked to sport, magic, and everyday objects or practices. Many object manipulation ... Read »


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    • Diabolo

    • The diabolo (/diːˈæbəloʊ/ dee-AB-ə-loh; commonly misspelled diablo) is a juggling or circus prop consisting of an axle (British English: bobbin) and two cups (hourglass/egg timer shaped) or discs derived from the Chinese yo-yo. This object is spun using a string attached to two hand sticks ("batons" o ... Read »


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    • Fire fan

    • A fire fan is a fan, usually constructed out of welded metal and Kevlar wicking, although other construction methods are sometimes used. They are used for fire dancing and performance. Fire fans are often used in belly dance, especially in tribal fusion belly dance styles. Belly dancers typically move fire fans mo ... Read »


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    • Fire staff

    • A fire staff is a staff, constructed out of wood or metal with Kevlar wick added to one or both ends. Fire staffs are used for fire performance. There are two predominant styles for manipulating a fire staff: rotational and contact. In rotational fire staff manipulation, the performer's hands are used to manipulat ... Read »


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    • Flair bartending

    • Flair bartending is the practice of bartenders entertaining guests, clientele or audiences with the manipulation of bar tools (e.g. cocktail shakers) and liquor bottles in tricky, dazzling ways. Used occasionally in cocktail bars, the action requires skills commonly associated with jugglers. It has become a sought-afte ... Read »


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    • Freestyle nunchaku

    • Freestyle nunchaku refers to the use of the nunchaku weapon (used in martial arts and popularised by Bruce Lee and other martial artists) in a more visually stunning, rather than combative way. Nunchaku-do competitions are now held where marks are awarded based upon visual display rather than predefined kata. There is ... Read »


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    • Glowsticking

    • Glowsticking is a form of object manipulation or dancing with glowsticks or other glowstick-like objects that share the same qualities: durability, consistency in light, safe to toss around, and the material of which they are made, often a soft and pliant plastic. Glowsticking has two broad categories, the use of strin ... Read »


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    • Hat manipulation

    • Hat manipulation is a form of juggling in which the manipulator performs feats of skill and dexterity using a brimmed hat such as a bowler hat or a top hat as a prop. Tricks can range from rolling a hat up and down the various parts of the body to throwing and catching the hat in amusing ways. Hat manipulation is often ... Read »


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    • Meteor (juggling)

    • A skill toy of Asian origin, the meteor consists of a rope, usually between 5 and 8 feet long, with weights attached to either end. Tricks are performed by swinging, wrapping and throwing the meteor about the body. The meteor is based on the Chinese meteor hammer, a bolo-like weapon made from stones and rope. Appr ... Read »


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    • Trick roping

    • Trick roping is an entertainment or competitive art involving the spinning of a lasso also known as a lariat or a "rope." It is particularly associated with wild west shows or western arts in the United States. The lasso is a well known-tool of American cowboys, who developed rope spinning and throwing skills in using ... Read »


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