balletically

balletically

(bəˈlɛtɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a balletic fashion; gracefully
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It's like watching a great clown balletically perform a fall that, rather than ending a physical movement, tumbles upward into a new part of the dance.
On the late afternoon drives back along the southern shore of Lake Qaroun the farmland and marshes yielded my first record of White-throated or Smyrna Kingfisher from the area and several Black-winged Kites, balletically graceful raptors in white and soft gray with black on the wings and glaring red eyes.
Then on 79 minutes a neat back-heel from Jeremie Aliadiere sent Justin Hoyte tearing clear down the flank (yes, you read that correctly) and the fleet-footed full-back squared for Tuncay to flick in balletically from close range.
Oshima, who has been with Eugene Ballet for six years, previously enjoyed a balletically electrifying partnership with Juan Carlos Amy-Cordero until his suicide in mid-2013.
Tom inclines toward Eva and encircles her with his arms, while Eva balletically arches her back and reaches toward Tom's face and neck.
Bard's Leon Botstein was in clear command, but Jean-Luc Tingaud's lighter-fingered, more balletically Gallic conducting made Chab-rier's delicious-but-expansive score move with far greater grace, bubble and fizz.
The car rocked balletically to the rhythm of chilly squeals and elastic slapping on pale flesh.
HOWEVER impressive monster trucks are when they're spinning balletically around on a single wheel and smashing cars beneath their mighty treads, they're perhaps even more striking when you're up close.
Finally, as the cadavers piled up on stage, Law's eyes succumbed to the tincture with which he had been poisoned, and he fell backwards, beautifully and balletically into Horatio's arms.
The first hint is an angular warkway that vaults balletically over a central lightwell, now crowned with a new greenhouse-like structure.
In contrast to Halprin's concern with individual skills and limitations, Graham and Cunningham based their ideas on rigorous physical demands of the balletically trained body.