juggling act


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juggling act

n (fig)Balanceakt m
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I'm always battling against the dreaded mummy guilt when I'm travelling a lot and while I know Junior is secure and is used to me being away, it still feels like a juggling act between being a working mum and spending enough time at home.
It's clear we're stretched and it'll be a juggling act.
The excitement goes on as Rogerio Gonclaves performs a high-speed, awardwinning juggling act, while other acts involve BMX stunts and acrobatics.
On its recent opening telecast, Pokwang and Gab Valenciano did a fancy routine involving jumping rope, Daniel Matsunaga and Arci Munoz performed an aerial dancing act, Cristine Reyes and Wacky Kiray came up with a hectic and frenetic 'slapstick comedy' number, and JC Santos and Sue Ramirez did a juggling act.
They cover looking back, it is a juggling act, it is not easy being queen, support is not just for pantyhose, when being female is not the only challenge, and moving forward.
The hat juggling act was a definite favourite with the crowd and saw a group of nine performers throwing and catching hats while pulling off backflips and even creating a giant human pyramid.
Fear, rather than ambition, is driving Bulgaria's juggling act between Turkey, Russia and the EU, according to an analysis published by Balkan Insight, the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network (BIRN)'s English-language website.
This half-term juggling act is something at which working mums and dads are forced to become expert.
Lewis' crimes became a juggling act, and there didn't appear to be an exit strategy, Castleberry said.
We all love it when the circus comes to town, but the juggling act is a distraction from the hard question: How do we pay for the candyfloss?
IT can often be a juggling act, trying to find time to spend together as a family.
Half of the systems are running, we're just having to pack fish in at the moment, it's a juggling act," he said.