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square dance

Chiefly US and Canadian any of various formation dances, such as a quadrille, in which the couples form squares
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Hour by hour at the Square Dance, audiences will be led in everything from disco to folk, bhangra to Northern Soul, Charleston to break dancing and even Appalachian flatfoot dancing.
When Hilt was 15, in 1940, he bought I himself a full-sized violin, and he was hired on as the regular fiddler for a local round and square dance band, the Melody Boys.
Joe Saltel, of Pharr, Texas, was 8 years old when he called his first square dance.
Blending Slayer-like riffs and brass knuckles attitude of New York hardcore with the twang of bluegrass, Uncle Fucker--Zaidman (aka Slick Dick Grizzly), fiddler Katy Cox (aka KT Crusha), banjo player Jack Ward, bassist Snickkas Skwire, and a drummer named Freeball--is like watching the cast of The Young Ones on an episode of Hee-Haw or, conversely, like a square dance for the Tompkins Square Park set.
Joseph and Marie met at a square dance and dated for two years, though Joseph proposed two weeks after they met.
You will sleep on the ground, square dance, and throw an egg at someone.
Would you rather slug a bat, skip rope, bowl, even square dance before tackling your' science project?
The open-air square dance competition was to have been held at the opening event of the national savings week in Gloucester and district.
Former members of Warrington's Allemanders Square Dance Club are being invited to attend the event at Alford Sports and Social Club on November 17.
Boone eventually had to square dance blindfolded with balloons around her ankles--making sure they didn't pop, of course--for initiation into her local square dancing club.
in a new report the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation says filtering software routinely censors ordinary gay Web sites such as the home page of the International Association of Gay Square Dance Clubs.
He compares this mode of operation to a square dance, in which everyone is moving and partners must wait until they're next to each other to do the required figure.