trick cyclist

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trick cyclist

n
(Psychiatry) slang a psychiatrist
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trick cyclist

nKunstradfahrer(in) m(f); (Brit fig inf) → Klapsdoktor m (inf)
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Researchers at Newcastle University studied the reactions of men and women on seeing a trick cyclist and the results revealed huge differences between male and female response.
Other Bangor researchers were Prof Lew Hardy and PhD student and trick cyclist Matthew Barlow.
Among the violence of the Irish "Troubles," Frank finds romance with Daisy Bell, played by Kellee Harbour, in a story that is narrated and sung by the Trick Cyclist, played by Ian Boyd.
There was a stirring finish to the Reg Vardy Renault Handicap when Namir finished fast for Graham Gibbons to land the spoils by a short head from Trick Cyclist.
Bill Brian, a trick cyclist from Whitchurch in Cardiff, who won numerous awards for his balancing acts, cycled from Newport to Cardiff backwards without stopping in 1904.
EASY RIDER: Trick cyclist Danny Zappareli at last year's festival
Our group of a dozen stroked her silky body as she swam past, had their pictures taken cradling her in their arms, went for high-speed rides on her back and watched in awe as she paraded around the pen like a trick cyclist.
TRICK CYCLIST blazed the trail at Catterick before surrendering to Alugat inside the final furlong.
One wag in the 900-plus crowd questioned which team plied their trade in the Conference as Rovers, full of vigour and forcing Morecambe to back-pedal like a trick cyclist, edged the first half.
In Scotland, Trick Cyclist looks the one to be on in the Hamilton Park Super Six Stakes after showing his first bit of decent form for a while last time out.
Tom Lucas, one of the sports psychologists who have been taken on by club managers to gain the edge over opponents, works with Motherwell - Sunday must have been his day off - but Smith has no plans to employ a trick cyclist for Scotland just yet.