Did you perchance mean circus?
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“That is our natural angle in revolution, that is our unit, the complete rotation, or what we call a circum-angle.”
“The term circum-Atlantic is derived from Joseph Roach,”
“Bill Gates benefited inordinately from unusual circum-stances in which he was able to "practice" programming at an early age in a way that almost none of his peers could.”
“Circumstance comes from Old French circum -, circonstance, which comes from Latin circumstantia, which meant “standing around, surrounding condition” (all this is from the OED, not me).”
“Since circum means “round” or “around” in Latin, the critics said, “under” is inappropriate.”
“And of course the background narrative of melting ice -- its planetary import made palpable to our expedition because the presence of floating ice nearly 150 miles south of where it should be, of where it was last year, an impediment to the circum-Spitsbergian journey we had tentatively mapped.”
“The Santos Basin fields in the Atlantic off of Brazil may contain 40 billion barrels, and the mean estimate in the recent circum-Arctic study by the USGS was 90 billion barrels.”
“Zhongguo Bianjiang Minzu yu Huantaipingyang Wenhua (Studies of Chinese minorities and circum-Pacific cultures).”
“Poor Rachel, born into Spain in privileged circum stances, but reduced by her grandmother's gambling to penury.”
“In practice, her spacesuit was too hampering; constant-volume joints allowed considerable freedom of movement, but not as much as bare skin, especially when circum-Saturnian temperatures required extra insulation.”
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