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  • ...orm of [[ice skating]] performed to music which incorporates choreographed dance moves based on the tune being played. [[Category:Ice skating]]
    204 B (28 words) - 13:16, 30 September 2019
  • A form of ice skating performed to music which incorporates choreographed dance moves based on the tune being played.
    117 B (19 words) - 21:22, 28 September 2019
  • * [[:Category:Ice skating|Ice skating]]
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  • ...orm of [[ice skating]] performed to music which incorporates choreographed dance moves based on the tune being played. [[Category:Ice skating]]
    204 B (28 words) - 13:16, 30 September 2019
  • ...ttached to their soles. The main disciplines are [[figure skating]], [[ice dancing]] and [[speed skating]]. [[Category:Ice skating]]
    244 B (33 words) - 13:27, 30 September 2019
  • {{r|Ice dancing}} {{r|Ice hockey}}
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  • ...skating]] and its various disciplines including [[figure skating]], [[ice dancing]] and [[speed skating]]. It was founded in 1892 and is based in [[Lausan
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  • attached to the sole (a skate). Disciplines include figure skating, ice dancing and speed skating.
    141 B (24 words) - 21:14, 28 September 2019
  • ...ntial ice skating disciplines are [[figure skating]] (which includes [[ice dancing]]) and [[speed skating]]. Roller skating includes the modern sport of [[
    652 B (91 words) - 16:03, 24 September 2019
  • A form of ice skating performed to music which incorporates choreographed dance moves based on the tune being played.
    117 B (19 words) - 21:22, 28 September 2019
  • ...minority spend New Year's Eve in [[church]] at special [[Watchnight]] services. ...major organized "[[First Night]]" celebrations, with [[music]], [[dance]], ice [[sculpture]], and other cultural events. The original First Night was hel
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  • ...r 2 Guitars: The Music of Led Zeppelin, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix & the Police'') * 2006: Dawn Humphrey (''Enjoy the Dance'')
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  • ...e, skills, and practices required (for careers) in food production and services. This course was developed for students interested in going into the resta ====Dance====
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  • ...of the new state, who consider it to be a test of the Anglo system of justice. When a guilty verdict is reached, the judge faces a difficult sentencing t ...students who befriend Crosby. She has several short scenes with Crosby and dances with him. As a result of being in this movie, Craig meets Jimmy Boyd (who
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  • |'''accoutrement'''—equipment, trappings; superficial characteristic or device |'''à la carte'''—a menu with each item's price shown separately''
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  • *Singles: "Levon," "Tiny Dancer" *Singles: "Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word," "Bit Your Lip (Get Up And Dance)," "Crazy Water"
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  • Here justice, from her native skies ...Executive]], the Justiciary Office (which provides the administrative services for the High Court of Justiciary and the Court of Criminal Appeal), and th
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  • *[[User talk:Chris Day|Chris]] noticed [[Auld Lang Syne]] mentioned in Aleta's [[New Year's Eve]] and thought an ...use it originated in Texas and occurs in the summer, may make ''very sweet iced [[tea]]'' eligible to become this Write-a-Thon's official libation. But,
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  • ...) bawling in front of their booths, and yokels looking up at the tinselled dancers and poor old rouged tumblers, while the light-fingered folk are operatin ...clumsy, yet dances in a very amusing and natural manner; the Little Boy's dance has been liked by some; and please to remark the richly dressed figure of
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  • ...and [[CEO]]<br />[[Reggie Fils-Aime]]: President and [[Chief Operating Officer|COO]] for American Division<br />[[Shigeru Miyamoto]]: Game designer<br /> ...after his grandfather died suddenly in 1949, [[Hiroshi Yamauchi]] took office as the president of Nintendo. He was only 21 years old. He renamed Yamauchi
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  • ...of the Plea. A second uncle, William S. Gummere, was yet another Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, from 1901 to 1933. For many years there wa ...1910s and 1920s, always referring simply to the "Notlek courts"</ref> and ice skating rinks in the winter. Among other tasks, Beasley was the maintenance
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  • ...a premier center of higher education, science, medicine and financial services. ...vinces for the sake of better administration of defense, commerce, and justice. They experimented with New England, setting up the "Dominion of New Englan
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  • The [[Scotland Office]], a department of the UK government led by the Secretary of State for Scot ...d Kingdom. For instance, the costs of a university education, and care services for the elderly are free at point of use in Scotland, while fees are paid
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  • ..., others as cooperative colonies of cells, and still others as complex multicellular systems that include diverse cell types, each specializing in differe ...he whole organism. This supracellular, or organismal, approach towards multicellularity seems to have allowed sessile plants to adapt to life on land and
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  • ...sports entertainment]], such as [[professional wrestling]], where the practices of sport are used to produce an entertaining show. football]], [[baseball]], [[basketball]], [[field hockey]], [[golf]], [[ice hockey]], [[rugby football]] and [[tennis]]. Most of them are team sports
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  • ...d is my king) BWV 71, that they paid handsomely for its publication, and twice in later years had the composer return to conduct it. ...eimar, a far cry from his earlier position there as ‘lackey’. The munificent salary on offer at the court and the prospect of working entirely with a
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  • ...iate system levels (e.g., unicellular organisms, multicellular organs, multicellular-multiorgan organisms, ecosystems). ...of the system to typical perturbations. Deficiencies of the model’s accordance and accounting may suggest possibilities for the kinds of component-compos
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  • ...r]]. On Earth, in a water-based medium embedding and permeating the interstices of living systems, every living system teems with thermally sustained vibr ...namically interacting cells (e.g., colonies of prokaryotes, integrated multicellular organisms like plants, animals). In living cells, organic molecules e
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  • ...le refers to an establishment selling drinks. If you were looking for the dance equipment, see [[barre]]. If you were looking for a unit of pressure, see ...''dairy bar''' serves non-alcoholic drinks and confections made with milk, ice cream, and other dairy products.
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  • ...owing morning. On a cold night the water will freeze from the sap, and the ice can be thrown away, as it is almost pure water. This helps concentrate the ...'' (maple taffy on snow) for dessert and followed by outdoor activities or dancing to burn off some of the calories. The meal may include any or all of: [[
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  • ...oss the night sky to illuminate the pearlescent cities of the Dwarpets and danced through the heavens to the thumping rhythms of their songs. Then, without ...a prefix to their names. The type and rank of the title is awarded in accordance to the player's class and the number of duel points a player has, respecti
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  • ...Examiners. Such pressure was a charge of “practicing medicine without a license” filed in court in mid-November 1903. ...1907 when the first acquittal of a chiropractor tried for unlicensed practice of osteopathy was based on the neural vs. circulatory distinction. Shegator
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