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Dictionary of Ballet Terms

Dictionary of Ballet Terms

Dictionary of Ballet Terms

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The Theatre Dictionary: British and American Terms in the Drama, Opera, and Ballet

The Theatre Dictionary: British and American Terms in the Drama, Opera, and Ballet

The Theatre Dictionary: British and American Terms in the Drama, Opera, and Ballet

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Ballet Terms: A Dictionary of Ballet Terms Reviews

Ballet Terms: A Dictionary of Ballet Terms

Ballet Terms: A Dictionary of Ballet Terms

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Trademark Registration – Legal Terms

Trademark Registration – Legal Terms

As trademark registration is a legal process, there are several legal terms, either formal or informal, with which the applicant should be familiar.

1. Badge of origin: the function of a trademark. It indicates the identity of a person or business as the source of goods or services.

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In Terms Of Tinnitus

In Terms Of Tinnitus
It is tinnitus that is a rather common problem that we can encounter in our lifetime and this particular problem is something that happens in our ears. In terms of a tinnitus problem, what happens in this case is that you will have a buzzing or ringing in your ears. Rather irritating is a problem like this because the people experiencing it can feel very uncomfortable.

Should a problem with tinnitus become intolerable, you need not worry for it is something that can easily be treated. When it comes to a tinnitus problem, you will surely encounter a buzzing in your ears and usually this is because of varying reasons. Aside from infections that you might not be aware of causing the ringing in your ears, it is also possible for simple wax build up to be the reason for it.

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Lastest Ballet Terms News

Connecting with Boston Ballet's 'Lady of the Camellias'
Larissa Ponomarenko, who was nominated for the prestigious Prix Benois de la Danse for her performance as Marguerite in Boston Ballet's 2004 production, calls it “one of the most challenging duets in the repertoire in terms of length and intricacy, the …
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Ryman’s Dictionary of Classical Ballet Terms: Cecchetti Reviews

Ryman’s Dictionary of Classical Ballet Terms: Cecchetti

Ryman's Dictionary of Classical Ballet Terms: Cecchetti

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Ballet Step By Step: Illustrated Ballet Terms for Children

Ballet Step By Step: Illustrated Ballet Terms for Children

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Welding Terms

Welding Terms
Welcome to the first part of our 5 part welding series; ARC Welding-what is it? I know just about everyone has heard about welding and welders in general- but for those of you who are still a little unsure on the details, our Welding Series is going to explain a few things.

We are starting with ARC welding. ARC welding actually refers to the use of an electric current to fuse two or more pieces of metal together. The process is quite simple really- the electric current flows in the gap between an ARC welding rod and the metal that you are attempting to weld. The electric current works to melt a portion of the metal and forms molten consistency, whilst at the same time the flux coating on the ARC welding rod is also melted. The two liquids mix together to form the welding mixture that fuses the two pieces together.

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Anyone know a lot about ballet terms?

Question by whoresannoyme: Anyone know a lot about ballet terms?
So I’m in a ballet class, and this past week my teacher told us to write down the steps so we could practice at home. Anyway, I wrote them down, and towards the end I wasn’t really paying attention to the spelling of the terms. So, one of the terms I wrote down was “tambe.” I’m somewhat new to ballet so when I got home I couldn’t remember what that was. I tried googling it, but I obviously spelt it way wrong, because I can’t find out what it means. Please if anyone knows, help me out! Thanks!

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