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The next day, a great crowd of men arrived, who performed their customary dances around the corpse.
After our meal, I begged the Indians to perform one of their dances for me—a request with which they readily complied.
At the old Rosewater dances we never had anything but cake and lemonade—ice-cream in very hot weather.
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The younger members of society very seldom take any part in the dances.
He kept his official berth, and continued to go into society, frequenting dances and theatres.
Other dances follow in any order you prefer until the fourteenth, which should be the march which announces supper.
She knows the literature of her own country, draws correctly, sings with taste, and dances gracefully.
The whole of the third act is finished, and the dances from it—which I orchestrated at Hapsal—will be given at the next concert.
To these you may add great variety of dances, each season, probably, bringing a new one.
I cannot, within the limits of my book, go into a long argument as to the propriety of these round dances.

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