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Lan Zi, from the state of song, credited with juggling seven swords. Xiong Yiliao, in a battle between the states of Chu and Song, juggled nine balls at the same time. — “History of juggling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Hyperlinked description of juggling with an overview of its origins, modern history, popular forms, world records, common patterns, notation systems, and more. — “Juggling - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
In Toss juggling, a claw (also called a snatch) is a trick in which the hand throwing or For example, the Boston Mess can be juggled with each right hand throw as a claw. — “Claw (juggling) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
One, with a fan and some bits of paper, performed the graceful trick of the butterflies and the flowers; another traced in the air, with the odorous smoke of his pipe, a series of blue words, which composed a compliment to the audience; while a third juggled with some lighted candles, which he extinguished successively as they passed his lips, and relit again without interrupting for an instant his juggling. — “Around the World in Eighty Days” by Jules Verne
What cared she so long as her husband was near her? Thus somehow the bitterness of a parting was juggled away. — “Vanity Fair” by William Makepeace Thackeray