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A juggler juggling nine balls.

Juggling is a skill where a person (the juggler) keeps objects (props) moving for a long time, using their hands or other parts of their body. The most common props are balls (or beanbags), clubs and rings. Some jugglers use more dangerous-looking objects such as knives, fire torches and chainsaws. There are other kinds of juggling prop such as diabolos, yo-yos, poi, devil sticks, cigar boxes, foot bags and hats. Some jugglers use bouncing objects. [1]

Juggling can be for entertainment, art or sport.

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  1. "Bounce Juggling With Rings And Clubs · IJA". 13 March 2015.

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