glissade


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glissade

a gliding step in ballet, in which one foot slides forwards, sideways, or backwards
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Primo, les campagnes de sensibilisation aux risques de glissades manquent cruellement.
They took their crampons off and scrambled over mounds of hard snow to the top of the glissade chute.
while my pen would glissade loops, crosses, and points,
launched its Glissade Golden Helles Bock last year, and it returns this spring to help beer aficionados slide from winter into spring.
Were this book entitled Agents and Agencies of Transformation in Literary Fantasy, it would more directly express its focus and content for, once again, we undertake the perilous glissade that is stipulative definition.
Adult emotions of love and grief glissade across the mask of childhood, a childhood that is only skin deep.
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of Chico, California, has announced the release of its newest seasonal beer, Glissade Golden Bock, available in January, 2010.
In situations where you must break trail downhill and so cannot glissade, snowshoers sometimes run downhill in exaggerated steps, sliding slightly on the snow in a maneuver known as step sliding.
He's wearing orange coveralls and flip-flops, standing at the Boston Whaler's pedestal helm as we glissade over the dusky water.
Los policias le obligaron a marcarse unos pasos de baile, glissade, manege, jete y asi, para demostrar que era lo que decia ser.
Glissade features a soft arch while Velour's sleek and swept lines of bright polished stainless steel frame a satin finish.