juggling act


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juggling act

n (fig)Balanceakt m
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I understand he has to do a juggling act and fuel prices depend on the global economy.
John Willcock, of Post Office Money, which carried out the survey, said: "This shows the financial juggling act that many people are forced to perform each month.
This half-term juggling act is something at which working mums and dads are forced to become expert.
For entrepreneur, author, Broadway performer, wife and mother Randi Zuckerberg, having the support of family and friends is critical for managing the juggling act that is her life.
I thought my life was a juggling act, but watching a woman simultaneously juggle balls with her feet and her hands, and then spin a wheel of fire, left me thinking I have room for improvement.
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.
The 39-year-old fashion designer asserted that it's a huge juggling act, when a person is a working mother and is looking after the family as well.
The fashion designer and mum of four told the magazine: "It's a huge juggling act, when you are a working mother and looking after your family.
Two Dubai barmen were fined AED 10,000 each by The Misdemeanours Court after a flame juggling act went wrong and left three people with second-degree burns.