fish dive


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fish dive

A position in which a dancer is caught and supported by a partner with head and shoulders just clear of the floor.
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The fish dive was awkward instead of a seamless surprise of a throw and catch.
In Sleeping Beauty, when you do the en dedans pirouette into a fish dive, if the girl overdoes the turn and tries to help too much, it can swing out of control," he says.
The fish dive within the hosts' tentacles when threatened and seldom venture a great distance from that refuge.
The couple were guests of the Super Fish Dive shop but they were booked for parasailing at the NTJ Watersports Cebu in Barangay Punta Engano, Lapu-Lapu City.
The biggest surprise was the last three seconds: Delgado bolted high in the air with a lighting-fast split leap before falling into the final fish dive.
As Macuja's Prince Florimund, he maneuvered Macuja seamlessly in the quick dips and swooping fish dive.
The man ultimately pulls the woman into the familiar fish dive, exiting by walking backward.
Yet when Adiarys Almeida and her partner Cervilio Amador danced it at their Cincinnati Ballet debut, a riveted audience burst into applause before the final fish dive.
Ron said: "My great delight was watching this dream fish dive deep and then turn back to speed away under the boat.
One swooping double fish dive was breath stopping, though.
The fish dive at the end of the first duet (performed by Jodie Gates, partnered alternately by Alexei Borovik and David Krensing) is punctuated by an exaggerated lift of the head and flick of the wrist--Balanchine's way of telling us that he is aware of quoting a nineteenth-century style.
He lifted her lightly into the air, twirled her deftly, and guided her into a fish dive.