Acrobat

Acrobat is Jamaican slang for a fool.
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Acrobat

An electronic document format from Adobe, based on their PostScript language. Acrobat can embed whole fonts or selected
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acrobat

[n] - an athlete who performs acts requiring skill and agility and coordination
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Acrobat

Code name for British advance on Tripoli in 1941.
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acrobat

Entertainer who performs difficult feats of jumping, falling, and balancing, usually in a circus. Acrobats, or more properly contortionists, who twist their bodies into seemingly impossible...
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Acrobat

A commercial program from Adobe for creating and editing PDF files.
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Acrobat

Ac'ro·bat noun [ French acrobate , from Greek ... walking on tiptoe, climbing aloft; ... high + ... to go.] One who practices rope dancing, high vaulting, or other daring gymnastic feats.
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acrobat

noun an athlete who performs acts requiring skill and agility and coordination
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Acrobat

• (n.) One who practices rope dancing, high vaulting, or other daring gymnastic feats.
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acrobat

acrobat, acrobatic 1. A performer on the trapeze, tightrope, etc. who 'walks on tiptoe'; such as, walking on a wire high above the ground. 2. A skilled performer of gymnastic feats; such as, walking on a tightrope or swinging on a trapeze. 3. Etymology: from French acrobate, from Greek akrobates, 'rope dancer, gymnastic performer'; related to akro...
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Acrobat

An acrobat is someone who performs daring gymnastics.
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Acrobat

(computing) Program developed by US graphics company Adobe to allow users of different types of computers to view the same documents complete with graphics and layout. Launched in 1993, Acrobat was designed to get around the limitations of existing systems when transferring data between differ...
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Acrobat

Adobe have produced a portable document viewer which we use to store our assembly instructions. It keeps the document size, hence download time, to a minimum and allows complete control of the appearance of the document. All our downloadble documents are produced using Acrobat Version 3.01, which are viewable in any version of the Acrobat reader fr...
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