circle the circus means: Picadilly Cirus, a favorite cruising area of male prostitutes and homosexuals.

circle the circus means: Picadilly Cirus, a favorite cruising area of male prostitutes and homosexuals.

circle the circus means: Picadilly Cirus, a favorite cruising area of male prostitutes and homosexuals.

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Circ (n.): An amphitheatrical circle for sports; a circus.

Cirque (n.): A circle; a circus; a circular erection or arrangement of objects.

Harrier (n.): One of several species of hawks or buzzards of the genus Circus which fly low and harry small animals or birds, -- as the European marsh harrier (Circus aerunginosus), and the hen harrier (C. cyaneus).

Quadrant (n.): The quarter of a circle, or of the circumference of a circle, an arc of 90¡, or one subtending a right angle at the center.

Circle (n.): An instrument of observation, the graduated limb of which consists of an entire circle.

Annulus (n.): The solid formed by a circle revolving around a line which is the plane of the circle but does not cut it.

Radius (n.): A right line drawn or extending from the center of a circle to the periphery; the semidiameter of a circle or sphere.

Circlet (n.): A little circle; esp., an ornament for the person, having the form of a circle; that which encircles, as a ring, a bracelet, or a headband.

Epicycloid (n.): A curve traced by a point in the circumference of a circle which rolls on the convex side of a fixed circle.

Epicycle (n.): A circle which rolls on the circumference of another circle, either externally or internally.

Circuses (pl. ): of Circus

Hypocycloid (n.): A curve traced by a point in the circumference of a circle which rolls on the concave side in the fixed circle. Cf. Epicycloid, and Trochoid.

Circle (n.): To encompass, as by a circle; to surround; to inclose; to encircle.

Circle (v. i.): To move circularly; to form a circle; to circulate.

Segment (n.): A part cut off from a figure by a line or plane; especially, that part of a circle contained between a chord and an arc of that circle, or so much of the circle as is cut off by the chord; as, the segment acb in the Illustration.

Epicycle (n.): A circle, whose center moves round in the circumference of a greater circle; or a small circle, whose center, being fixed in the deferent of a planet, is carried along with the deferent, and yet, by its own peculiar motion, carries the body of the planet fastened to it round its proper center.

Circus (n.): Circuit; space; inclosure.

Hippodrome (n.): An arena for equestrian performances; a circus.

Clown (n.): The fool or buffoon in a play, circus, etc.

Circensian (a.): Of or pertaining to, or held in, the Circus, In Rome.

Pole (n.): A point upon the surface of a sphere equally distant from every part of the circumference of a great circle; or the point in which a diameter of the sphere perpendicular to the plane of such circle meets the surface. Such a point is called the pole of that circle; as, the pole of the horizon; the pole of the ecliptic; the pole of a given meridian.

Ringmaster (n.): One in charge of the performances (as of horses) within the ring in a circus.

Ring (n.): The solid generated by the revolution of a circle, or other figure, about an exterior straight line (as an axis) lying in the same plane as the circle or other figure.

Cycloid (n.): A curve generated by a point in the plane of a circle when the circle is rolled along a straight line, keeping always in the same plane.

Meridian (a.): A great circle on the surface of the earth, passing through the poles and any given place; also, the half of such a circle included between the poles.

Encircle (v. t.): To form a circle about; to inclose within a circle or ring; to surround; as, to encircle one in the arms; the army encircled the city.

Hypotrochoid (n.): A curve, traced by a point in the radius, or radius produced, of a circle which rolls upon the concave side of a fixed circle. See Hypocycloid, Epicycloid, and Trochoid.

Harpy (n.): The European moor buzzard or marsh harrier (Circus aeruginosus).

Faction (n.): One of the divisions or parties of charioteers (distinguished by their colors) in the games of the circus.

Homography (n.): A relation between two figures, such that to any point of the one corresponds one and but one point in the other, and vise versa. Thus, a tangent line rolling on a circle cuts two fixed tangents of the circle in two sets of points that are homographic.

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Great Circle means: The largest circle which can be inscribed on a sphere by a plane that cuts through the center of the sphere. On the earth, the equator is a great circle, as are all the meridians of longitude which pass through both poles. The shortest distance between two points on the earth's surface lies along the great circle which connects the two points.

CIRCUS means: Circus is slang for a sex show.

PICCADILLY CIRCUS means: Piccadilly Circus is British slang for a very busy, crowded situation.

CIRCUS LOVE means: Circus Love is Blackâˆ’American slang for an orgy

circus wagon means: A car with an outlandish paint job. Hey, man, you have to repaint this circus wagon.

CIRCLE means: Circle is old British slang for the vagina.

RAZORâˆ’BACK means: Razorâˆ’back is Australian and New Zealand slang for a lean and scraggy cow or bullock. Razorâˆ’back is American slang for a circus hand. The term is especially applied to a circus hand who loads and unloads the wagons.

roundabout means: n traffic circle; rotary. The device put into the road as a snare for learner drivers and foreigners. Everyone has to drive around in a circle until they see their selected exit road, at which point they must fight through the other traffic on the roundabout in a valiant attempt to leave it. Roundabouts do exist in the U.S. (predominantly in Massachusetts) but in the U.K. theyÂ’re all over the place - there is no such thing as a four-way-stop.

Fake means: One circle of a coil or rope. To coil or arrange a rope ornamentally with each fake flat, or almost flat, on the deck, usually in a circle or figure:of:eight pattern. Sometimes called "Cheesing down".

Swinging Circle, Swinging Room means: The distance a boat can move around its anchor. Swinging room is important because if other boats or objects are within a boat's swinging circle they may collide.

CIRCUS means: Railroad

clam means: A dollar. Hey, man, you have to repaint this circus wagon.

Dilly means: Male prostitute in the area of Picadilly Circus.

Meat Rack means: Piccadilly Circus one of the places of male prostitution.

riot means: A great time, something hilarious. The circus was really rinky-dink.

heinz means: A dog of mixed breed. What a heel! He left is wife and kids for the circus.

Dilly-boy means: Male prostitute in the area of Picadilly Circus dipped: the acted of having gay sex.

circus wagon means: A car with an outlandish paint job. I hear Heddie and Clyde got circled last week.

COT means: Circle Of Trust

Circ means: An amphitheatrical circle for sports; a circus.

Cirque means: A circle; a circus; a circular erection or arrangement of objects.

Harrier means: One of several species of hawks or buzzards of the genus Circus which fly low and harry small animals or birds, -- as the European marsh harrier (Circus aerunginosus), and the hen harrier (C. cyaneus).

Quadrant means: The quarter of a circle, or of the circumference of a circle, an arc of 90¡, or one subtending a right angle at the center.

Circle means: An instrument of observation, the graduated limb of which consists of an entire circle.

Annulus means: The solid formed by a circle revolving around a line which is the plane of the circle but does not cut it.

Radius means: A right line drawn or extending from the center of a circle to the periphery; the semidiameter of a circle or sphere.

Circlet means: A little circle; esp., an ornament for the person, having the form of a circle; that which encircles, as a ring, a bracelet, or a headband.

Epicycloid means: A curve traced by a point in the circumference of a circle which rolls on the convex side of a fixed circle.

Epicycle means: A circle which rolls on the circumference of another circle, either externally or internally.

Circuses means: of Circus

Hypocycloid means: A curve traced by a point in the circumference of a circle which rolls on the concave side in the fixed circle. Cf. Epicycloid, and Trochoid.

Circle means: To encompass, as by a circle; to surround; to inclose; to encircle.

Circle means: To move circularly; to form a circle; to circulate.

Segment means: A part cut off from a figure by a line or plane; especially, that part of a circle contained between a chord and an arc of that circle, or so much of the circle as is cut off by the chord; as, the segment acb in the Illustration.

Apiculture means: Rearing of bees for their honey and wax.

Misspending means: of Misspend

Tobogganed means: of Toboggan

Tumultuary means: Attended by, or producing, a tumult; disorderly; promiscuous; confused; tumultuous.

Vast means: Of great extent; very spacious or large; also, huge in bulk; immense; enormous; as, the vast ocean; vast mountains; the vast empire of Russia.

AYLESBURY DUCK means: Aylesbury duck is London Cockney rhyming slang for fuck.

TART UP means: Tart up is slang for to smarten up.

rub-up means: Verb. Meaning the same as 'rub-off'.

sideways means: adv. To be completely drunk, wasted or high.Â "That chewy was so potent that we all walked out oÃ¢Â€Â™ the room sideways!"Â

Doll means: an attractive woman.

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