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  • n. Plural form of unicyclist.


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  • Thirty-five of the best rough-terrain unicyclists in North America came to show off their skills.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • At the meet he learned of a handful of other mountain unicyclists.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • The website which I'd consult before seeing the show explai ns: "The abundance of fall is represented by the harvest colours and details of the costumes as five unicyclists juggle metal bowls in an astounding display of agility, balance, synchronized control and physical grace, tossing the bowls with their feet — sometimes over their shoulders — and catching them on their heads without using their hands."

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  • There's no synopsis in the programme, so this particular subplot is never explained, but we do not question it, any more than we question why the court of the evil wizard Black Eagle Chen Dong should be staffed by unicyclists.

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  • Also, unicyclists don't have to worry about theft, as they can take their ride inside instead of having to chain them up.

    For One, and for All

  • This is the second year of the festival, which continues on Governors Island on Saturday with a lineup that includes the Hell on Wheels trials, where riders do jumps and other tricks; lessons for children and adults; and an attempt to break the world record for the longest chain of unicyclists 250 riders holding on to each other's shoulders without a single foot touching the ground.

    For One, and for All

  • New unicyclists need to approach the challenge with "a lot of patience at first, and put in a lot of time just to ride a few feet," said David Stone , co-founder of the New York Unicycle Club.

    For One, and for All

  • As always, the cast are a highly skilled array of trapeze artists, hoop dancers, unicyclists and gymnasts.

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  • Hopefully, we can all take advantage of that strength, and use it against unicyclists, who seem to think they can ride their goofy novelty crotch-casters wherever they please.

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  • To give it that festive feel, the DSF has 120 jugglers, stilt walkers, unicyclists, acrobats and other carnival performers roaming the streets and malls and putting on shows.

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  • The provided Wordnik and Twitter examples make me smile. I especially like the tweet that gives us "a singularity of unicyclists".

    September 11, 2014