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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of juggle.
  • n. Plural form of juggle.


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  • Michael Feinstein juggles a career of performing the standards while cataloging the history of the American popular song.

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  • Rankin juggles three tense and fascinating, apparently unrelated cases, each of which for a lesser writer would be a book in itself, before late in the novel drawing them together in a clever, unexpected but utterly convincing denouement.

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  • Arizona sheriff Joanna Brady once again juggles police work and her complicated personal schedule ...

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  • He neither asseverates nor denies; he merely, as he puts it himself, "juggles," treating of idle subjects which he believes nothing at all, for he has noticed that as soon one denies the possibility of anything, someone else will say that he has seen it.

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  • I will remember that there was a character who was a philanderer, one who "juggles" relationships, and that the way the filmmakers conveyed this symbolically was to have him actually juggling apples in several scenes.

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  • I have an absolutely luminous friend who juggles an amazing life in Charleston, S.C.

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  • What's interesting in Watch is not only all of the following different components that Sawyer juggles simultaneously, but also that he is able to do so without dropping any one of them:

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  • Rose Gudiel, who juggles two jobs and lives with her parents and brother in a working-class suburb of Los Angeles, has become the public face of a burgeoning crusade to defend homeowners from unfair evictions.

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  • Starring indie regular Pamela Stewart (100 Proof, Amateur) and TV mainstay Albie Selznick (24, Suddenly Susan) alongside stunning newcomers Alice Cannon and Darcy Miller, Morris County juggles the horrors of human nature against the kind of sadness that cuts deep.

    Trying in Vain to Breathe the Fire We Was Born In « Gerry Canavan

  • Marcus Hamblett juggles four or five instruments at the back of the stage, including a banjo and a tenor horn, and Ruth de Turberville on cello adds backing vocals that harmonise beautifully with Marling's singing.

    Laura Marling – review


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