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round dance

1. a dance in which the dancers form a circle
2. a ballroom dance, such as the waltz, in which couples revolve
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There are many examples of this, triggered by moments such as the first round dance by INM in December 2012 to Occupy Wall Street's arrival in Zuccotti Park in October 2011.
Mari said: "I got into the final stages of the Mari said: "I got into the final stages of the dance auditions and videos were sent round dance auditions and videos were sent round to the choreographer.
That is what this album is, eleven round dance songs, some in Cree and some in English.
Originally, however, the hornpipe was in triple metre and was danced, not by sailors, but by country people, and not as a solo dance for men but as a round dance for couples.
The ancient doctrine of Trinity spoke of the round dance (perichoresis) among three partners.
An avid square dancer, he served on the executive boards of many New England Square and Round Dance Associations and conventions.
More provocative is Heisler's unique interpretation of Josephslegende as anti-metaphysical parody based on the round dance from Kythere that Strauss recycles as Joseph's main theme.
The storyline pulls the reader into the rhythm of the Round Dance and the cyclical nature of life from nature's cycles to the bonds of human friendship.
Discover the beauty of the traditional round dance through lush, descriptive English and Cree verse that leads you through the cycles and seasons of life, forming of new friendships and understanding of values.
WONDERING SPIRIT 1ST MEMORIAL ROUND DANCE November 29, 2008, Enoch.
Algin Scabby Robe (Black Lodge Singers), one of today's leading pow-wow singers and songmakers, presents his own collection of contemporary round dance songs.