circus

An oval track used for chariot races of which 6 were built in Rome, for example, the Circus Maximus.

Circus

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[n] - a travelling company of entertainers 2. [n] - (ancient Rome) an open-air stadium for chariot races and gladiatorial games 3. [n] - an arena consisting of an oval or circular area enclosed by tiers of seats and usually covered by a tent 4. [n] - a genus of haws comprising the harriers 5. [n] - a frenetic disorganized (an...
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Entertainment, often held in a large tent (`big top`), involving performing animals, acrobats, and clowns. In 1871 P T Barnum created the `Greatest Show on Earth` in the USA. The popularity...
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Cir'cus noun ; plural Circuses . [ Latin circus circle, ring, circus (in sense 1). See Circle , and confer Cirque .] 1. (Roman Antiq.) A level oblong space surrounded on three sides by seats of wood, earth, or stone, rising in tiers one above another,...
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genus Circus noun a genus of haws comprising the harriers
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• (n.) A level oblong space surrounded on three sides by seats of wood, earth, or stone, rising in tiers one above another, and divided lengthwise through the middle by a barrier around which the track or course was laid out. It was used for chariot races, games, and public shows. • (n.) A circular inclosure for the exhibition of feats of...
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(from the article `Bath`) ...access to the hot springs and Roman baths. Among some 140 historic terraces and individual buildings that grace the city are Queen Square, built ... ...important `townscapes` in Bath, the North and South Parades (1728). These were followed by Queen Square (1735), Prior Park (1735–48), the Roya...
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(from the article `architecture, Western`) The circus was essentially a racecourse that was lined, ideally, with tiers of seats along each side and curving around one end, with the opposite ... The design of the Greek stadium was taken over and improved upon by the Romans, who built two types of stadiums: the circus and the amphitheatre...
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circus

an entertainment or spectacle usually consisting of trained animal acts and exhibitions of human skill and daring. The word has the same root as ... [6 related articles]
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circus 1. A large public entertainment, typically presented in one or more very large tents or in an outdoor or indoor arena, featuring exhibitions of pageantry, feats of skill and daring, performing animals, etc., interspersed throughout with the antics of clowns. 2. A troupe of performers; especially, a traveling troupe, that presents such entert...
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[video game] ==Gameplay== 3 rows of triangular balloons move along the top part of the screen, each overlaid with blue, green, and yellow (colors used in the original version), counting from the top row. A clown appears from the edge of the screen where there is a jumping board, and the player must move the seesaw located at the bottom of t...
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[company] Circus is a Japanese visual novel studio known for creating adult-oriented bishōjo games. In addition to the normal Circus brand name, there are other brand divisions including Circus Northern, Circus Fetish, Circus Metal, and Sanctuary. Circus has also been involved in collaboration projects, creating titles such as True Tears, ...
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Circus

Circus is slang for a sex show.
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circus

circus [Lat.,=ring, circle], historically, the arena associated with the horse and chariot races and athletic contests known in ancient Rome as the Circensian games. The Roman circus was a round or oval structure with tiers of seats for spectators, enclosing a space in which the races, games, and gl...
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Circus

Among the Romans, a circus was a nearly rectangular building without a roof, in which public chariot-races and exhibitions of pugilism and wrestling, etc, took place. It was rectangular, except that one short side formed a half-circle; and on both sides, and on the semicircular end, were the seats of the spectators, rising gradually one above anoth...
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circus

Entertainment, often held in a large tent (`big top`), involving performing animals, acrobats, and clowns. In 1871 P T Barnum created the `Greatest Show on Earth` in the USA. The popularity of animal acts decreased in the 1980s. Originally, in Roman times, a circus was an arena for chariot races and gladiatorial combats
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[magazine] Circus was a monthly American magazine devoted to rock music. It was published from 1966 to 2006. In its heyday the magazine had a full-time editorial staff that included some of the biggest names in rock journalism, including Paul Nelson, Judy Wieder David Fricke, and Kurt Loder, and rivaled Rolling Stone in sales and surpassed ...
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bomber attacks with fighter escorts in the day time. The attacks were against short range targets with the intention of occupying enemy fighters and keeping their fighter units in the area concerned.
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