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“But the job is a high-wire act, and mistakes are costly.”
“The pressure to perform in an environment that's clearly more difficult makes it much more of a high-wire act," Mr. Saporito says.”
“However, the Golden Eagles were a high-wire act all season long.”
“He plays regular characters, of course, most notably in Ken Loach's The Wind That Shakes The Barley, but more often than not, his movies have involved some sort of high-wire act.”
“Live TV is a high-wire act," says Rageh Omaar, former BBC "Scud Stud", now with Al Jazeera English.”
“An eighth-generation member of a celebrated circus family, Mr. Navas Yovany, with his sons Rudy, Ray and Rony Navas Velez, is part of a headlining high-wire act in the new Cirque du Soleil show "Zarkana," which opened late last month at Radio City Music Hall.”
“Mr. Berlusconi faces a high-wire act in passing the baton to Mr. Alfano—or anyone else.”
“It seems like cooking dinner these days is a high-wire balancing act.”
“It's a high-wire act – and beleaguered staff are less than comforted of late by a circular reminding them that along with nursing homes, residential homes and hospitals, part of the CQC's gargantuan remit is the responsibility to ensure that all is well with the private firms who provide healthcare services to the military.”
“The story of tightrope walker Philippe Petit's illegal high-wire act at the World Trade Center.”
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