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didy

(ˈdaɪdɪ)
n, pl didies
informal US a diaper
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Candoco Dance Company and Didy Veldman are part of the first cohort selected by McGregor, who curates FreeSpace directly rather than through an application process.
Choreographer Didy Veldman aims for grounded choreography with "Carmen's spirit being embedded within the natural elements.
The productions by Rambert, described as Britain's national dance company, include a Picasso-inspired dance work from Didy Veldman and new works from Alexander Whitley and double Olivier-Award winner Kim Brandstrup.
The third piece, Didy Veldman's The 3 Dancers, is based on Picasso's masterpiece of the same name.
Last came The 3 Dancers, inspired by Picasso's painting and choreographed by Didy Veldman.
See Blue Through sees the audience plunge into a mysterious, undersea world thanks to the fascinating choreography of Didy Veldman.
Reaching the mine takes two days of hard walking from the small town of Didy, the closest place reachable by bush taxi.
Arkwright, whose brother Philip is the former long-time clerk of the course at Cheltenham, leaves a wife Didy (Diana) and two children, Mark and Caroline.
The tigers attacked because their population is being threatened by land clearings and illegal logging,'' Jambi Natural Conservation Agency head Didy Wurjanto said Monday.
De la mano de los coreografos contemporaneos Didy Veldman y Stijin Celis quienes se encargaron de poner a 24 bailarines en poses dramaticas y desafiantes, daran un show para respetar.
Steve Morgan, far left, and his wife, Didy, far right, with Sarah Dennison and Chris Larkin Picture: ANDREW TEEBAY/ at181007cawards-1
Secretary Didy Grahame says: "This is a fine example of one man's great efforts and his interest in holders of the Victoria Cross.