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  • n  the interpretation in harmonious bodily movements of the rhythm of musical compositions; used to teach musical understanding

  • Niobe, Aphrodite, Calliope, Medea and Ceres) run a yoghurt, blackstrap and spinach-juice store, and after hours they take their eurythmics in the grove.
News & Articles

  • 5 Things You Have to Do This Week
    1. Action Pack: Totally ’80s Sing-Along Among the recurring features of Alamo Drafthouse’s Summer of ’83 celebration, the Totally ’80s Sing-Along is an interactive guilty pleasure that’s fun to watch even if you’re too cool to dork out and sing. As if two hours of back-to-back music videos starring Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince, Whitney Houston, the Eurythmics, New Kids on the Block, Def ...
    July 2, 2013 - San Antonio Current
Quotes

  • Annie Lennox in Contactmusic.com
    Imploring the audience to sit, Lennox added, "It's been an incredible journey - music, my friends, my accompaniment through my life, so much of my life. Much of that was with Dave Stewart, of the Eurythmics and it is very important that I say half...
  • Noel Gallagher in Metro
    Speaking about the award, Noel told The Sun: "We'd put out Stop The Clocks and we're all under 40. So we just decided, 'F*** it, let's do it now'. We're finally up there with Eurythmics, Sting and Bob Geldof. So I'm not really sure that...
  • Slava Fetisov in Xinhua
    The athlete lists have already been decided for such events as basketball, volleyball, free wrestling, gymnastics, eurythmics and track-and-field,Fetisov said.

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