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choreograph

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  • v  compose a sequence of dance steps, often to music
    Balanchine choreographed many pieces to Stravinsky's music
  • v  plan and oversee the development and details of
    The meeting between the two Presidents had been carefully choreographed

  • Gandhi has also helped choreograph the entry of her children Rahul and Priyanka into political life.
  • Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev helped choreograph the conclusion of that sorry empire's strut upon the stage.
  • Must sing, play music, lead youth groups, raise seraphic children, entertain church notables, minister to other wives, have ability to recite Bible backward and choreograph .
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  • Susan Stroman in San Diego Union Tribune
    The 1930s is a great time in which to choreograph, so I couldn't wait to get my hands on 'Puttin' on the Ritz,'said Stroman, who billed the scene as a "huge production number."
  • Arlene Phillips in Sunday People
    Arlene, 64, said: "Next year, I've got a big decision to make because I've been invited to choreograph a huge musical in America at the same time. I can't do both. I can't see myself commuting from the States."
  • Cat Deeley in OnTheRedCarpet.com (blog)
    Mia's back this year. It's very exciting for us. She's going to be on the panel. And I think she's also going to choreograph a number too,said host Cat Deeley. "Exciting on many levels. In terms of the dance community, she's held in such...

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