fire walker

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: walker - someone who walks barefoot on burning coals
performer, performing artist - an entertainer who performs a dramatic or musical work for an audience
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You can picture some of the obstacle courses easily by their names: Berlin Walls, Cliff Hanger, Fire Walker, Spider's Web and Funky Monkey.
The San Francisco three-piece started the way they meant to go on, appearing among blinding strobe lighting to Fire Walker's dizzying combination of tribal percussion and spiralling noise.
This 256-page role gaming compendium features extensive backgrounding and a lush setting; 14 psychic character classes including Fire Walker, Ghost Hunter, Medium, Psi-Mechanic, and Psychic Sensitive; 42 occupations (including Professional Psychic and Psychic Investigator); more than one hundred psychic abilities; The Lazlo Society and Lazlo Agency; as well as entities, fiends, and creatures of darkness.
There's the Boa Costrictor, Dirty Ballerina, Funky Monkey, Fire Walker and a rather worrying one near the end called Everest.
A record-breaking fire walker has cost the taxpayer pounds 3,000 for hospital treatment after raising pounds 2,000 in a charity stunt.
The heart-stopping spectacle stars the world's only high wire fire walker, Jade Kindar-Martin and will be accompanied by live music and a dancing sea of colourchanging umbrellas.
We have woodcarving and axe men, big forestry displays and we even have fire walkers."
The current record stands at 1,360 participants, and organiser and Newcastle charity guru Danny Mitchell is aiming for 1,500 fire walkers to raise more than PS250,000 for local good causes.
Those organising the event hope they will break the world record for the most fire walkers in one event.
Fireworks, fire walkers and music also helped mark the occasion.
The charity event begins at 5pm with 36 'fire walkers' taking on the hot coals from about 8pm.