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.
El transcurrir de la clase consistia en dos partes: la primera parte de los entrenamientos se establecia en las barras: mejorando posturas, estira una pierna, empuja una cadera, suaviza una mano, inclina una cabeza, baja los hombros; la segunda parte se desarrolla en el medio del aula, frente a los espejos: movimientos mas complejos, la musica mas rapida: jeti, glissade, chasse, developpe, assemble, attitude ...
Puis elle s'echappe du plan par une glissade laterale.
A glissade chute, a trench in the snow where descending climbers slid down the mountain on their butts, led from the Red Banks almost to timberline.
A crime thriller and a Petrarchan sonnet are scarcely lookalikes, but they would seem to have more in common than do impasto, a bassoon solo and a glissade in ballet.
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.