DANCE


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DANCEDeployment and Configuration Engine (computing)
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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
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DANCEDatabase Access Non-Computer Engine
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And Karen could not help dancing a step or two, and when she began her feet continued to dance; it was just as though the shoes had power over them.
And here's Hetty has promised no end o' partners, an' I've just been askin' her if she'd agreed to dance wi' you, an' she says no."
"Come, Darcy," said he, "I must have you dance. I hate to see you standing about by yourself in this stupid manner.
At other times anyone could dance who paid his money and was orderly; the railroad men, the roundhouse mechanics, the delivery boys, the iceman, the farm-hands who lived near enough to ride into town after their day's work was over.
But when the dance was over and the maidens had departed, he became sad.
The guests had risen and were slowly making their way toward the expanse of scarlet sward at the south end of the gardens where the dance was to be held, when Djor Kantos came hurriedly toward Tara of Helium.
Stephen had not yet asked her to dance; had not yet paid her more than a passing civility.
His first proposition and request, that the dance begun at Mr.
They are waiting on the shingle--will you come and join the dance?
Then lifting up her heavy silk skirt about her, and revealing a paradise of chiffons, Sylvia swayed for a moment with her face full in the moon, and then slowly glided into the movements of a mystical dance.
Suddenly she paused and abandoned the dance, as if for the first time observing the presence of strangers.
'I hardly know where I am going, or what I had better do,' said the soldier; 'but I think I should like very well to find out where it is that the princesses dance, and then in time I might be a king.' 'Well,' said the old dame, 'that is no very hard task: only take care not to drink any of the wine which one of the princesses will bring to you in the evening; and as soon as she leaves you pretend to be fast asleep.'