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But it wouldn't have been possible without the knife-juggling capital management of Lewis Booth, 61, who became Ford's chief financial officer in 2008 after 30 years with the company.
He sat at the head of the table, and went through his knife-juggling each meal, to the never ending amusement of Jennie, and admiration of Gunning, who swore that, "dey ain't no man afloat cud do dat no better."
These flashbacks allow for a number of terrific set pieces including a shootout between two buildings as the boy looks on, and some impressive foot and knife-juggling work that epitomizes the Chechen way of life despite the war and death all around them.
"Dublin Circus Fest 2008" presents performances in the streets of Dublin's Temple Bar district, including the knife-juggling Fanzini Brothers, the Handel-to-Hendrix playing La Fanfare Jo Bithume and trapeze act Insect Circus.
"The idiot was practicing this morning to add knife-juggling.