fancy dance


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fancy dance

n.
A fast, elaborately choreographed Native American powwow dance performed by a costumed male dancer to a drum accompaniment.

fancy dancer n.
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Similarly unusual and compellingly viewable were videos that showed a family being rescued from a blazing trailer home on a highway; a man sucked into a jet engine's intake; a store owner fighting off a stick-up artist; a trial where a man faked a heart attack-and cute and clever pets showing off their fancy dance moves and 'talking' and 'singing' talents-galore!
PowwowFashions by Craig Jones and photographer Brian Fraker showcases men's Fancy Dance, one of powwows most colorful and exciting dance styles.
She made Buffalo a fancy dance outfit and showed her exactly how to sew everything when Buffalo was only 12-years-old.
Because of her Native American heritage on her mother's side - her father's family is Dutch - Kliever said she became fascinated by the art, craft and entrepreneurial sides of Native American basketry, to the point that she devoted her master's thesis at the University of Oregon - "A Case Study of Fancy Dance Caps of the Lower Klamath River" - to the topic.
Having been a band since they were at school, they are songwriters and musicians who don't need fancy dance moves or dozens of costume changes.
Bruno Mars, the quarter-Jewish halftime performer (dad's side), did a stand-up job, showing off his drum skills and fancy dance moves and even letting the shirtless Red Hot Chili Peppers sing one of their songs during his act.
The teenager, who has three elder sisters, admitted he never had the scope to learn dancing in a fancy dance school.
Mary take part in the celebrations, performing a jingle dance, known as the healing dance, and the fancy dance, known as the butterfly dance.
So now that your K-pop look is complete, all you need is good pout and a fancy dance move.
Not surprisingly it's hardly the best of racing today but I fancy DANCE FOR LIVVY (2.
In the verses, famous Metis author David Bouchard along with Pam Aleekuk tell the story of a mother who taught her child to love the beauty of her magical powwow fancy dance performances, and all the preparations and sacrifice that went into them.