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  • n  a court dance of the 16th century; consisted of short advances and retreats

  • Resistance approached the matter deadpan and phoneticallywhen an American makes the sound spelled renigne outer, for example, he wants eau courante (running water).
  • Last week in Los Angeles, Les Fetes d'Hebe was given a glowing new production that reveled in each melodic appoggiatura and terpsichorean temps de courante.

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