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barnstorm

1. tv. & in. [for an entertainer] to perform in small towns for short engagements. My great-uncle used to barnstorm Kansas and Oklahoma with his medicine show.
2. in. to perform stunts in a biplane in small towns. (Presumably swooping around barns.) The old biplane we used to barnstorm with is the safest plane ever built.
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We have teamed up with Barnstorm Games to bring this title, developed in cooperation with Mensa, to market in the UK and PAL regions.
We are delighted to be partnering with Square Enix for the release of our Mensa Academy title in the UK and PAL regions," stated Simon Jeffrey, CEO of Barnstorm Games.
Barnstorm seamlessly integrates with the campaign's existing brand and website, ensuring there are no barriers for the donor.
The founders of PhotoShelter saw an opportunity to give back to the Barnstorm community by making PhotoShelter's industrial-strength image workflow technology available for use within the Workshop's website.
The 15th Annual Eddie Adams Barnstorm Workshop consisted of a four-day forum where aspiring and professional photojournalists shared ideas, techniques and philosophies.
com), the world leader in photography, just completed another weekend of photography and fun at Barnstorm, the 14th annual Eddie Adams Barnstorm Workshop in Jeffersonville, NY, where sixteen aspiring photojournalists won assignments with some of the nation's most recognized publications.
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I wanted to let you all know that if you see this kook come to your park, hide the 15-year-old girls and kick him out before he barnstorms his total barneyness all over the place.
In a rehearsal for the first lunar landing, the Apollo 10 lunar module barnstorms the Moon just than 10 miles from its surface.