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Laban

(ˈleɪbən)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the father-in-law of Jacob, father of Leah and Rachel (Genesis 29:16)
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Noun1.Laban - Hungarian choreographer who developed Labanotation (1879-1958)
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Laban, who has flocks and herds, wishes them looked after by an officer on the frontiers, lest the Midianites shall drive them off; and pays a tax to that end.
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Rudolf von Laban (15 December 1879 - 1 July 1958) was a dance artist and theorist, notable as one of the pioneers of modern dance in Europe.
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Laban, based in Greenwich, London, is the UK's only conservatoire of music and contemporary dance and is a leader in education in this field.
One of the key theatre makers of the last century, Laban is best known for his movement analysis system but is also credited with the development of the structure of modern dance theater.
CAIRO: Member of Parliament Aly Laban filed an urgent inquiry to Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif regarding the government's new law for Al-Azhar's renovation, which he described as "a plan to break down Al-Azhar."
The Makers of Modern Dance in Germany: Rudolf Laban, Mary Wigman, Kurt Jooss By Isa Partsch-Bergsohn and Harold Bergsohn.
A reading of the work of Rudolf Laban, a seminal thinker and teacher in dance and movement, offers "a new approach to the understanding of the mastery of doing and dancing" (Laban, 1984, p.