DANCE


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DANCEDarpa Active Networks Conference and Exposition
DANCEDynamic Animation and Control Environment (physics-based character animation)
DANCEDetector for Advanced Neutron Capture Experiments
DANCEDeveloping Arteries and Neural Crest EGF (Epidermal Growth Factor)-Like Protein
DANCEDatabase Access Non-Computer Engine
DANCEDurable Augmentation of NMDA-Mediated Corticostriatal Excitation (Huntington's disease research finding)
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You can't dance without them, and if you don't I should be so mortified.
But there was no reason why every one should not dance.
Vitus himself, that blessed patron of the dance, was figuring before you in person.
as those swift glances of warm, wild bosoms in the dance, when the over-arboring arms hide such ripe, bursting grapes.
Some do not dance anything at all, but simply hold each other's hands and allow the undisciplined joy of motion to express itself with their feet.
Frank Churchill had danced once at Highbury, and longed to dance again; and the last halfhour of an evening which Mr.
I will sing for you, dance for you, and--perhaps--flirt with you; but marry you--no
Dance told me to jump down and knock, and Dogger gave me a stirrup to descend by.
It must be a very pretty dance,' said Alice timidly.
Bingley, who came from the dance for a few minutes, to press his friend to join it.
To be sure, a stone floor was not the pleasantest to dance on, but then, most of the dancers had known what it was to enjoy a Christmas dance on kitchen quarries.
Indeed, the Marquesan girls dance all over, as it were; not only do their feet dance, but their arms, hands, fingers, ay, their very eyes, seem to dance in their heads.