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  • a  characteristic of or resembling or suitable for ballet

  • Combat was balletic and mercifully blood-free.
  • Like an Iron Chef, she dices and slices her husband's killers, and anyone who works for them, in scenes of balletic carnography.
  • And the accoutrements of rhythmic gymnastics the hoop, the swirling ribbon divert from the balletic grace of the athletes.
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  • From Zidane to Cruyff, Ronaldo, Bale and Iniesta: Great Turns in GIFs
    The best players possess a natural grace. There's a balletic quality to the way they move with the ball and a poise immune to the frightening pace of the game around them. Lionel Messi has it. Cristiano Ronaldo has it. Neymar has it. Pele, Maradona , George Best, Franz Beckenbauer , Johan Cruyff , Alfredo Di Stefano and other defining players of their era had it. But while we are reminded most ...
    June 24, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • John Barnes in Liverpool Echo
    Barnes said: "Look at the footwork and co-ordination - it can be very effective." "He is not one of our favourite people, but Ronaldo's footwork is very balletic at times."
  • Elvis Stojko in Globe and Mail
    They always told me that I wasn't artistic enough,Mr. Stojko said from Mexico, where he's now coaching. "They always wanted a softer, more balletic style."
  • Stephen Hough in Times Online
    The Fourth, which is really the Concert Fantasia, is unjustly neglected,Hough says. "It's a very attractive, balletic piece. The Third wasn't finished, and had a curious history - it started life as a sketch for what Tchaikovsky thought...

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