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    • Twirling

    • Twirling is a form of object manipulation where an object is twirled by one or two hands, the fingers or by other parts of the body. Twirling practice manipulates the object in circular or near circular patterns. It can also be done indirectly by the use of another object or objects as in the case of devil stick manipu ... Read »


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    • Baton twirling

    • Baton twirling is an activity involving the manipulation of a metal rod and the performer's body to a coordinated routine. It is also considered a sport. It is similar to rhythmic gymnastics or color guard (flag spinning). Twirling combines dance, agility, coordination, flexibility and often gymnastics while manip ... Read »


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    • Cane twirling

    • During the 18th and 19th centuries, canes were considered to be very fashionable. Canes were decorative, objects to be admired and be proud of. They were considered valuable collector's items and showed the true sign of a Gentleman. Members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and Phi Beta Sigma have always worn or carried ca ... Read »


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    • Norman Crider

    • Norman Crider (August 29, 1938, in Lordsburg, New Mexico – August 19, 2009, in Indianapolis) was a baton-twirling champion and proprietor of the Ballet Shop near Lincoln Center in New York. He also owned a gallery-bookshop on Madison Avenue where in 1977 he held an acclaimed exhibition on prima ballerina Anna Pavl ... Read »


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    • Devil sticks

    • The manipulation of the devil stick (also devil-sticks, devilsticks, flower sticks, gravity sticks, or juggling sticks) is a form of gyroscopic juggling or equilibristics, consisting of manipulating one stick ("baton") between one or two other sticks held one in each hand. The baton is lifted, struck, or stroked by the ... Read »


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    • Fire performance

    • Fire performance is a group of performance arts or skills that involve the manipulation of fire. Fire performance typically involves equipment or other objects made with one or more wicks which are designed to sustain a large enough flame to create a visual effect. Fire performance includes skills based on juggling, b ... Read »


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    • Flagging dance

    • The art of flagging dance, often called flag spinning, flag dancing, or rag spinning, but more commonly referred to as flagging, is the undulation, spinning and waving of flags in a rhythmic fashion to music. Practitioners of this form of performance art and dance are usually referred to as "flaggers" and "flag dancers ... Read »


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    • Hooping

    • Hooping (also called hula hooping or hoop dance) generally refers to manipulation of and artistic movement or dancing with a hoop (or hoops). Hoops can be made of metal, wood, or plastic. Hooping combines technical moves and tricks with freestyle or technical dancing. Hooping can be practiced to or performed with music ... Read »


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    • Indian club

    • Indian clubs or meels are a type of exercise equipment used for developing strength. They comprise bowling-pin shaped wooden clubs of varying sizes and weights, which are swung in certain patterns as part of an exercise program. They can range from a few pounds each, up to special clubs that can weigh as much as 50 pou ... Read »


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    • Jwibulnori

    • Jwibulnori

      Jwibulnori (쥐불놀이) is a popular Korean game. It's a play to make a fire on paddies and fields to exterminate harmful insects and rats during the first full moon of a year in the lunar calendar, which is the national holiday in Korea. Also, this game has a meaning to wish for good health. People make ... Read »


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    • Pen spinning

    • Pen spinning is a form of object manipulation that involves the deft manipulation of a writing instrument with one's hands. Although it is often considered a form of self-entertainment (usually in a school or office setting), multinational competitions and meetings are sometimes held. It is sometimes classified as a fo ... Read »


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    • Righteously Outrageous Twirling Corps

    • The Righteously Outrageous Twirling Corps is a Chicago-based visual performance ensemble of gay male volunteers. The name is a play on the Reserve Officer Training Corps. The group appears at gay events in Chicago. It also travels across the country to perform at various LGBT events. The group was formed in 1992 by Ro ... Read »


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    • Torch (juggling)

    • Juggling torches are one of various props used by jugglers. Torches are usually commercially made props that are made of wood and/or metal with a wick attached at one end. The wick is impregnated with a flammable substance (usually paraffin) and ignited before use. The two most common wicks used with juggling torc ... Read »


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