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Featured in circuses for more than a century, trapeze artists hang from swings
by the ankles and perform acrobatic maneuvers, rebalancing frequently
enough
that spectators see only his continuous, fluid movement.

(A) trapeze artists hang from swings by the ankles and perform acrobatic
maneuvers, rebalancing frequently enough
(B) trapeze artists hang from swings by the ankles, they perform acrobatic
maneuvers, and with such frequent rebalancing
(C) trapeze artists use their ankles to hang from swings, perform acrobatic
maneuvers, and rebalance so frequently that
(D) the trapeze artist hangs from swings by his ankles, performing
acrobatic maneuvers and rebalancing so frequently
(E) the trapeze artist hangs from swings by his ankles, performs acrobatic
maneuvers, and he rebalances frequently enough

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Featured in circuses for more than a century, trapeze artists hang from swings
by the ankles and perform acrobatic maneuvers, rebalancing frequently
enough
that spectators see only his continuous, fluid movement.

(A) trapeze artists hang from swings by the ankles and perform acrobatic
maneuvers, rebalancing frequently enough
(B) trapeze artists hang from swings by the ankles, they perform acrobatic
maneuvers, and with such frequent rebalancing
(C) trapeze artists use their ankles to hang from swings, perform acrobatic
maneuvers, and rebalance so frequently that
(D) the trapeze artist hangs from swings by his ankles, performing
acrobatic maneuvers and rebalancing so frequently
(E) the trapeze artist hangs from swings by his ankles, performs acrobatic
maneuvers, and he rebalances frequently enough



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