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  • Humor danced in his eyes and twisted smooth lips.

  • With sure graceful movements, he danced her around the room.

  • They danced for a few minutes in comfortable silence, and finally he spoke again.

  • His gaze traveled over her face expressionlessly as they danced away from the spot.

  • He danced with you that often and didn't tell you his name?

  • When the band came back Alondra and Felipa danced Flamenco in duet.

  • They were so synchronized and fluid that Carmen asked Alex if they danced often.

  • The rear end of the car danced sideways, bouncing like a horse kicking up its heels.

  • Roxanne smiled, and that tiny dimple danced at the corner of her full lips.

  • Moonlight and darkness alike bent and danced around him, surrounding him in a hazy metallic shimmer.

  • Swords clashed and spit sparks while their feet danced too fast for her to follow.

  • The orbs resembled marbles with colorful lights that danced.

  • The magic took hold of her, and she danced away from his strikes as if they were in slow motion.

  • The dying flicker danced and radiated in his shaking hand, reflecting on something white.

  • Balloons danced in the warm breeze and red, white, and blue abounded everywhere.

  • But unlike the floating package that danced among the rocks, the tin had not floated away.

  • Amusement danced in his eyes and around his mouth.

  • The hands spun several times while the icons around its edges glowed, danced and finally settled back in place.

  • She danced away from him, then away from a hand that brushed her calf.

  • Shadows danced in tune with a slight breeze from the inch of open window and a sentinel pine tree beyond.

  • They danced over the keys, coaxing beautiful sound from each one.

  • As she practically danced out of the room, and up the stairs, she shouted, "Later, Stud."

  • And we danced to 'The Way You Look Tonight'.

  • They danced silently for two songs before the doorbell was rung by the first guests.

  • He danced out of the room singing, "She's a Brick House".

  • She danced around him, running her hands over him, at times tickling his ear with a sexy whisper.

  • Blue eyes sparkled like sapphires in her round face, and a dimple danced at the corner of her generous mouth.

  • Katie tossed her coat at the rack and watched anxiously as the pole danced around the concrete floor before settling down.

  • A smile played at the corners of his mouth and danced in his eyes.

  • They dipped and whirled and danced around the dairy floor until the music ended.

  • In the kitchen after Josh left, and here now, when she had willingly danced with him.

  • Carmen screamed again and Tessa danced a few steps away, calling to her kid.

  • The little plane danced and swayed in the turbulence, constantly buffeted by the increas­ing wind.

  • And so, with the radio on, she swept the floor and remembered the first time Alex had held her in his arms as they danced in the barn.

  • Amusement danced in his eyes, but he managed to keep his face straight.

  • When they danced, they were careful to maintain the proper distance.

  • The foal snorted and danced back a few steps.

  • The icy water tickled her toes as it leaped over her feet and danced around the rocks.

  • Two more closed in on her, but she danced away, luring one into a trap and throwing the second off guard long enough to escape his outstretched grasp.

  • She darted and danced away, focused on nothing but the two torches marking her chance at freedom.

  • It was past nightfall, and shadows and light from the hearth danced around him.

  • They were a lovely couple and every eye in the room was on them as they danced to a lively Latin tune.

  • I wouldn't have danced with her if I had known it would bother you.

  • I'll always remember the song they were playing the first time we danced and I knew.

  • Maybe he was remembering the first time they danced – in her goat dairy.

  • She rejoined the party and even danced a few times with Denton, who was perplexed by her sudden change in mood.

  • The air was filled with marijuana smoke and the scent of bodies sweating as people danced, drank or huddled with friends.

  • She shook her head and danced away.

  • She danced away, through the kitchen and down the stairs, not about to be carried out of his apartment like they were cave people.

  • Her gray eyes were almost the color of the moon overhead, her pale features obscured by curls that danced in an ocean breeze.

  • In the second temple there was a water libation every morning of the festival, and on the evening of the first day the great golden candelabrum was lit up and the men danced a torch dance around it (Mishnah, Sukkah, v.

  • The ex-emperor Attalus danced at the marriage festival, which was celebrated with great pomp at Narbonne.

  • A halt was made at the altars and temples, where the Salii, singing a special chant, danced a war dance.

  • There is a good deal of evidence to connect the Greek goddess Artemis with a cult of the bear; girls danced as "bears" in her honour, and might not marry before undergoing this ceremony.

  • The Syrian god was proclaimed the chief deity in Rome, and all other gods his servants; splendid ceremonies in his honour were celebrated, at which Heliogabalus danced in public, and it was believed that secret rites accompanied by human sacrifice were performed in his honour.

  • p. 164) at the time of the full moon when all the household danced together before the doors of the houses.

  • He landed also at Delos, and there he and his comrades danced the crane dance, the complicated movements of which were meant to imitate the windings of the Labyrinth.'

  • In historical times this dance was still danced by the Delians round a horned altar.

  • Mayflies and dragon-flies danced in the sunlight; lizards darted across the paths; and legions of spiders pervaded the grass, many very beautiful - frosted - silver backs, or curious, like the saltigrades, who took a few steps and then gave a leap. There were crickets in infinite numbers; and flies innumerable, from slim daddy-long-legs to ponderous, black, hairy fellows known to science as Dejeaniae; hymenopterous insects in profusion, including our old friend the bishop of Ambato (possibly Dielis), in company with another formidable stinger, with chrome antennae, called by the natives ` the Devil '; and occasional Phasmas (caballo de palo) crawling painfully about, like animated twigs."

  • He was essentially a rustic god,"a wood-spirit conceived in the form of a goat," living in woods and caves, and traversing the tops of the mountains; he protected and gave fertility to flocks; he hunted and fished; and sported and danced with the mountain nymphs.

  • According to his cousin, Edmund Davy,' then his laboratory assistant, he was so delighted with this achievement that he danced about the room in ecstasy.

  • A number of young girls, between five and ten years of age, wearing a bear-skin (afterwards a saffron-coloured robe) danced a bear-dance, called apKTEia, the girls themselves being called ecpKToc. In one account, a maiden was ordered to be sacrificed to the bear Artemis, but a certain man who had a goat called it his daughter and offered it up in secret, just as at Munychium a fawn dressed up as a girl was sacrificed to the goddess.

  • On the other hand, the Artemis of Arcadia, who is confused with the nymph Callisto, who, again, is said to have become a she-bear, and later a star, and the Brauronian Artemis, whose maiden ministers danced a bear-dance, are goddesses whose legend seems unnatural, .and is felt to need explanation.

  • As an almost universal rule, in the lowest culture, no prayers are addressed to this being; he has no sacrifices, no dwelling made with hands; and the images of him, in clay, that are made and danced round with invocations of his name at the tribal ceremonies of initiation, are destroyed at the close of the performances.

  • Its psychic effect, both upon the dancer and upon the mystic about whom he danced during the initiation of the Cybele-Attis mysteries, made it a widely known and popular feature of the cult.

  • Humor danced in his eyes and twisted smooth lips.

  • A moment later, Alex passed them, Destiny laughing in his arms as they danced.

  • With sure graceful movements, he danced her around the room.

  • They danced for a few minutes in comfortable silence, and finally he spoke again.

  • His gaze traveled over her face expressionlessly as they danced away from the spot.

  • He danced with you that often and didn't tell you his name?

  • When the band came back Alondra and Felipa danced Flamenco in duet.

  • They were so synchronized and fluid that Carmen asked Alex if they danced often.

  • The rear end of the car danced sideways, bouncing like a horse kicking up its heels.

  • Roxanne smiled, and that tiny dimple danced at the corner of her full lips.

  • Moonlight and darkness alike bent and danced around him, surrounding him in a hazy metallic shimmer.

  • Swords clashed and spit sparks while their feet danced too fast for her to follow.

  • The orbs resembled marbles with colorful lights that danced.

  • The magic took hold of her, and she danced away from his strikes as if they were in slow motion.

  • The dying flicker danced and radiated in his shaking hand, reflecting on something white.

  • Balloons danced in the warm breeze and red, white, and blue abounded everywhere.

  • But unlike the floating package that danced among the rocks, the tin had not floated away.

  • Amusement danced in his eyes and around his mouth.

  • The hands spun several times while the icons around its edges glowed, danced and finally settled back in place.

  • She thought she heard ethereal laughter as the fairy danced with him.

  • She danced away from him, then away from a hand that brushed her calf.

  • Shadows danced in tune with a slight breeze from the inch of open window and a sentinel pine tree beyond.

  • They danced over the keys, coaxing beautiful sound from each one.

  • As she practically danced out of the room, and up the stairs, she shouted, "Later, Stud."

  • And we danced to 'The Way You Look Tonight'.

  • They danced silently for two songs before the doorbell was rung by the first guests.

  • He danced out of the room singing, "She's a Brick House".

  • She danced around him, running her hands over him, at times tickling his ear with a sexy whisper.

  • Blue eyes sparkled like sapphires in her round face, and a dimple danced at the corner of her generous mouth.

  • Katie tossed her coat at the rack and watched anxiously as the pole danced around the concrete floor before settling down.

  • A smile played at the corners of his mouth and danced in his eyes.

  • They dipped and whirled and danced around the dairy floor until the music ended.

  • In the kitchen after Josh left, and here now, when she had willingly danced with him.

  • Carmen screamed again and Tessa danced a few steps away, calling to her kid.

  • The little plane danced and swayed in the turbulence, constantly buffeted by the increas­ing wind.

  • And so, with the radio on, she swept the floor and remembered the first time Alex had held her in his arms as they danced in the barn.

  • Amusement danced in his eyes, but he managed to keep his face straight.

  • When they danced, they were careful to maintain the proper distance.

  • The foal snorted and danced back a few steps.

  • The icy water tickled her toes as it leaped over her feet and danced around the rocks.

  • His magic danced around him, bending starlight and night into a subtle light show.

  • Two more closed in on her, but she danced away, luring one into a trap and throwing the second off guard long enough to escape his outstretched grasp.

  • She darted and danced away, focused on nothing but the two torches marking her chance at freedom.

  • It was past nightfall, and shadows and light from the hearth danced around him.

  • They were a lovely couple and every eye in the room was on them as they danced to a lively Latin tune.

  • I wouldn't have danced with her if I had known it would bother you.

  • When the music began, he took possession of her and they danced around the room.

  • I'll always remember the song they were playing the first time we danced and I knew.

  • Maybe he was remembering the first time they danced – in her goat dairy.

  • She rejoined the party and even danced a few times with Denton, who was perplexed by her sudden change in mood.

  • The air was filled with marijuana smoke and the scent of bodies sweating as people danced, drank or huddled with friends.

  • She shook her head and danced away.

  • She danced away, through the kitchen and down the stairs, not about to be carried out of his apartment like they were cave people.

  • Her gray eyes were almost the color of the moon overhead, her pale features obscured by curls that danced in an ocean breeze.

  • Also, they fit best during the mambo sections of the tune, but they may be danced whenever the dancers feel appropriate.

  • But bringing the ark into the city, he " danced before the Lord with all his might " .

  • She danced in opera ballets at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and had a subsequent, significant career in nursing.

  • Such Longing is danced to the achingly beautiful meditations of Chopin's Nocturnes and Etudes, which are played live.

  • billowy clouds, which danced and reveled under the warming glow of the sun.

  • He danced the choreography he had been learning in his private lessons.

  • A lifesize cutout of Kylie in Fever pose danced about above the audience throughout Basement Jaxx's set.

  • She danced her first cygnet this season. it was overwhelming.

  • It doesnât matter if youâve never salsa danced before â the focus on the evening is all about having fun.

  • duets danced by the ballerina with each of the three men were mostly tense and agitated.

  • Death (danced by Kenneth Tharp) lurks to take Eurydice a second time.

  • Eliza expresses her own towering exaltation in I Could Have Danced All Night.

  • Many extras in the background, danced a gavotte, to music played in by grams.

  • In some cases it is danced by one couple only as a precedent to leaving the lady in place beside the opposite gent.

  • goers of all ages sang and danced to live music.

  • Cinema-goers in Oxford cheered when the result was flashed on the screens, and fans danced a hornpipe of delight at Carfax.

  • For qualifications you must have an audition, have danced 10+ years or have interned for 2 years, and have an oral interview.

  • jazzmanany other jazzmen have danced to playbacks of their solos to determine if they were good enough?

  • Now they leaped up as one, and danced a merry jig.

  • mambo sections of the tune, but they may be danced whenever the dancers feel appropriate.

  • Yvette wore orange sequined balls for earrings and a new white cocktail dress, and Teddy made martinis with onions, and every-one danced.

  • They acted in plays and concerts and the girls danced the maypole every year.

  • Charlotte Patch and Billy Richardson were crowned as the May Day queen and prince while energetic revelers danced around the decorated maypole.

  • morris danced to Elvis.

  • Fran danced with a large and slightly moth-eaten man in a bear costume, much to her delight and Josie's horror!

  • The last ball attracted 80 guests who danced the night away surrounded by the trappings of a medeival castle.

  • optimism of youth, they sang and danced to raise funds for the British Red Cross.

  • He also danced the pas de deux from Winter Dreams on the opening night.

  • Light danced around hir like lotus petals, like flames, like ghosts.

  • prologueTheater will be doing the earlier version of the ballet, including the prolog, rather than the shortened text danced at NYCB.

  • However, he had once danced Romeo with a cracked rib.

  • They took each other by the hand, And danced a stately saraband; Their laughter echoed thin and shrill.

  • Wren officers came and Purbright danced, drank beer and talked shop with several old shipmates of his wife.

  • They danced to American soul and Jamaican ska and bluebeat until a number of English bands started to play this sort of music.

  • She danced in the dress, she threw snowballs in the dress, she played with her son in the pool in her dress.

  • The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of computer games danced in their heads.

  • All the children, dressed in bright clothes, carried colored streamers, sang, danced and greeted the May Queen and her attendants.

  • Alan danced the tango, whilst Becky watched the waltz.

  • In the town of Taranto victims of the tarantula danced a frenzied tarantella to prevent death from tarantism.

  • TV pictures beamed world-wide showed joyous scenes as up to 100 ordinary Iraqis danced with joy at the humiliation of their former tormentor.

  • In the second temple there was a water libation every morning of the festival, and on the evening of the first day the great golden candelabrum was lit up and the men danced a torch dance around it (Mishnah, Sukkah, v.

  • The ex-emperor Attalus danced at the marriage festival, which was celebrated with great pomp at Narbonne.

  • A halt was made at the altars and temples, where the Salii, singing a special chant, danced a war dance.

  • There is a good deal of evidence to connect the Greek goddess Artemis with a cult of the bear; girls danced as "bears" in her honour, and might not marry before undergoing this ceremony.

  • The Syrian god was proclaimed the chief deity in Rome, and all other gods his servants; splendid ceremonies in his honour were celebrated, at which Heliogabalus danced in public, and it was believed that secret rites accompanied by human sacrifice were performed in his honour.

  • p. 164) at the time of the full moon when all the household danced together before the doors of the houses.

  • He landed also at Delos, and there he and his comrades danced the crane dance, the complicated movements of which were meant to imitate the windings of the Labyrinth.'

  • In historical times this dance was still danced by the Delians round a horned altar.

  • Mayflies and dragon-flies danced in the sunlight; lizards darted across the paths; and legions of spiders pervaded the grass, many very beautiful - frosted - silver backs, or curious, like the saltigrades, who took a few steps and then gave a leap. There were crickets in infinite numbers; and flies innumerable, from slim daddy-long-legs to ponderous, black, hairy fellows known to science as Dejeaniae; hymenopterous insects in profusion, including our old friend the bishop of Ambato (possibly Dielis), in company with another formidable stinger, with chrome antennae, called by the natives ` the Devil '; and occasional Phasmas (caballo de palo) crawling painfully about, like animated twigs."

  • He was essentially a rustic god,"a wood-spirit conceived in the form of a goat," living in woods and caves, and traversing the tops of the mountains; he protected and gave fertility to flocks; he hunted and fished; and sported and danced with the mountain nymphs.

  • According to his cousin, Edmund Davy,' then his laboratory assistant, he was so delighted with this achievement that he danced about the room in ecstasy.

  • A number of young girls, between five and ten years of age, wearing a bear-skin (afterwards a saffron-coloured robe) danced a bear-dance, called apKTEia, the girls themselves being called ecpKToc. In one account, a maiden was ordered to be sacrificed to the bear Artemis, but a certain man who had a goat called it his daughter and offered it up in secret, just as at Munychium a fawn dressed up as a girl was sacrificed to the goddess.

  • On the other hand, the Artemis of Arcadia, who is confused with the nymph Callisto, who, again, is said to have become a she-bear, and later a star, and the Brauronian Artemis, whose maiden ministers danced a bear-dance, are goddesses whose legend seems unnatural, .and is felt to need explanation.

  • As an almost universal rule, in the lowest culture, no prayers are addressed to this being; he has no sacrifices, no dwelling made with hands; and the images of him, in clay, that are made and danced round with invocations of his name at the tribal ceremonies of initiation, are destroyed at the close of the performances.

  • Its psychic effect, both upon the dancer and upon the mystic about whom he danced during the initiation of the Cybele-Attis mysteries, made it a widely known and popular feature of the cult.

  • Then Dorothy wound up Tik-tok and he danced a jig to amuse the company, after which the Yellow Hen related some of her adventures with the Nome King in the Land of Ev.

  • I danced and capered round the tree in an ecstasy.

  • My eyes fill with tears now as I think how my mother pressed me close to her, speechless and trembling with delight, taking in every syllable that I spoke, while little Mildred seized my free hand and kissed it and danced, and my father expressed his pride and affection in a big silence.

  • I rode on Carrie's tricicle and picked flowers and ate fruit and hopped and skipped and danced and went to ride.

  • She was delighted with the orchestra at the hotel, and whenever the music began she danced round the room, hugging and kissing every one she happened to touch.

  • He has been to the house, you know, and danced with the children.

  • This was the count's favorite dance, which he had danced in his youth.

  • The count danced well and knew it.

  • While in the Rostovs' ballroom the sixth anglaise was being danced, to a tune in which the weary musicians blundered, and while tired footmen and cooks were getting the supper, Count Bezukhov had a sixth stroke.

  • Irresistible drowsiness overpowered him, red rings danced before his eyes, and the impression of those voices and faces and a sense of loneliness merged with the physical pain.

  • So said the mothers as they watched their young people executing their newly learned steps, and so said the youths and maidens themselves as they danced till they were ready to drop, and so said the grown-up young men and women who came to these balls with an air of condescension and found them most enjoyable.

  • Knowing that Denisov had a reputation even in Poland for the masterly way in which he danced the mazurka, Nicholas ran up to Natasha:

  • At last the Emperor stopped beside his last partner (he had danced with three) and the music ceased.

  • Prince Andrew was one of the best dancers of his day and Natasha danced exquisitely.

  • At balls he danced if a partner was needed.

  • Anatole asked Natasha for a valse and as they danced he pressed her waist and hand and told her she was bewitching and that he loved her.

  • During the ecossaise, which she also danced with him, Anatole said nothing when they happened to be by themselves, but merely gazed at her.

  • They danced the ecossaise and the Grossvater.

  • In the morning, when he went to call at Rostopchin's he met there a courier fresh from the army, an acquaintance of his own, who often danced at Moscow balls.

  • Nicholas was himself rather surprised at the way he danced that evening.

  • He alone could play on the clavichord that ecossaise (his only piece) to which, as he said, all possible dances could be danced, and they felt sure he had brought presents for them all.

  • However, he had once danced Romeo with a cracked rib.

  • Hundreds of people listened to speeches and danced to samba rhythms as four " waitresses " passed through the crowd offering Coke blood drinks.

  • They took each other by the hand, And danced a stately saraband; Their laughter echoed thin and shrill.

  • Wren officers came and Purbright danced, drank beer and talked shop with several old shipmates of his wife.

  • They danced to American soul and Jamaican ska and bluebeat until a number of English bands started to play this sort of music.

  • I sat back while she danced on stage in skimpy costumes that were enough to make any man blush.

  • She danced in the dress, she threw snowballs in the dress, she played with her son in the pool in her dress.

  • The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of computer games danced in their heads.

  • All the children, dressed in bright clothes, carried colored streamers, sang, danced and greeted the May Queen and her attendants.

  • Alan danced the tango, whilst Becky watched the waltz.

  • In the town of Taranto victims of the tarantula danced a frenzied tarantella to prevent death from tarantism.

  • TV pictures beamed world-wide showed joyous scenes as up to 100 ordinary Iraqis danced with joy at the humiliation of their former tormentor.

  • Some danced to the beat of trance music, others chanted.

  • In unison, we danced the night away.

  • Participants had tea, socialized, and danced.

  • Choose to incorporate some of the lyrics from the song you first danced to or that was playing on the radio during your first date.

  • Who doesn't remember the crazy kid in Risky Business who danced around in a white dress shirt and underwear or the hot shot pilot from Top Gun?

  • Smith and Burke sailed into the finals and danced opposite Mario Lopez and Karina Smirnoff.

  • In the end, entertainment won over precision, and Emmitt and Cheryl danced their way to victory in November 2006.

  • We danced around the house for a couple of days.

  • This latest entry may have some grumbling since Fatone danced his way into teenagers' hearts when he performed with 'N Sync.

  • She once danced as a member of the Pussycat Dolls.

  • Maksim Chmerkovskiy is Russian-born and has danced since he was 4 years old.

  • In 1991, she made a Diet Coke commercial where she "danced" with Gene Kelly.

  • With 24 songs sung and danced by kids, you can perform new moves geared toward the younger crowd.

  • Perhaps you danced 'out of the box' to In the Groove.

  • Some legends have it that Kokopelli danced throughout small villages in Mexico and throughout the southwestern and western United States.

  • Formed in the 1910s, a hesitation waltz is danced to fast music.

  • She danced out pain, passion, trial and tribulation.

  • The rhythm of the steps is "quick-quick-slow," and it is danced to a 4/4 beat.

  • It is remarkable that the same type of dance and music that was done in the seediest bars on the docks of Rio de Janiero is also danced in the poshest clubs in New York or the most exclusive competitions in Europe.

  • The feeling of melancholy and loss associated with tango was epitomized in 1917 by Carlos Gardel in Mi Noche Triste In 1921, tango first hit the silver screen danced by Hollywood star Rudolph Valentino.

  • When it is danced in clubs (usually by Cuban expatriates), it is a very conventional and specific form of dance.

  • Cuban Street Cha Cha - Similar to Ballroom in rhythm, this one is only danced to the guajira rhythm.

  • Part of the appeal is not only that line dancing steps are easy to learn - it's also the way that it's danced, in a large group with many people to remind each other of the next step.

  • As its name suggests, the Aires de Verbena comes from Spanish roots and is often traditionally danced on the steps and courtyard of town squares and government centers.

  • However, many of the dance techniques remained in other forms of dance such as the Foxtrot (danced competitively) and the aptly named Quickstep.

  • The easiest way to describe the Texas Two-Step is to say that it is danced with four steps over six beats of music.

  • Those tribes located in the Great Plains region of the United States danced to celebrate a tribal boy's passage into manhood, and also to worship the summer solstice.

  • Most of the foxtrot is danced in "closed" frame, with the lead's left hand holding the follow's right, and the lead's right hand wrapped around the follow's back and resting on the scapula.

  • If you've danced at any kind of professional venue in the U.S., odds are you've danced on an American Harlequin dance floor.

  • Not only is the samba danced all over the world by dancers looking for a fun, upbeat, and sexy dance, but the Samba is also one of the features of the annual Brazilian 'Carnaval'.

  • They are still out there, at sites such as Boot Scootin', and usually they fit in well with the songs that the dances are named after - for example, "Achy Breaky for Couples" is danced to the popular "Achy Breaky Heart".

  • Some samba dances are danced with a partner, and others are solo styles (such as the samba dancing that one sees in Carnevale events, such as the parade in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Indigenous Dance - Like all human cultures, the Philipinos danced their own dances long before they ever came into contact with other nationalities.

  • Danced by men, this is a vigorous, leaping dance, with complex patterns and rhythms played both on their own "armor" and each others bodies!

  • The original, native Rumba is extremely sexual, as it is danced very quickly with strong hip movements and a sexually aggressive persona for the man and a defensive nature for the woman.

  • It is always danced in a closed dance position, and the male leads.

  • The dance steps for the hora are danced to a song called Hava Nagila, and can be as basic as walking in a circle or as advanced as performing 'scissor kicks'.

  • The way the hora is danced will depend largely on the crowd that is present when you do the dance.

  • The hora was not always danced to one particular song, but nowadays it is almost exclusively danced to the song 'Hava Nagila'.

  • It moves counterclockwise around the dance floor and can be danced at many different tempos.

  • Alternatively, just hit the dance halls where line dances are enthusiastically danced in your area; line dancing doesn't need that much instruction.

  • The idea of dancers competing for talent is as old as dancing itself, starting with the middle-eastern women who danced for each other to the "Haka" Maori war dance.

  • The Texas Two Step dance pattern is danced to country western music and is executed in 4/4 time.

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