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line dancing

n
(Dancing) a form of dancing performed by rows of people to country and western music
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line dancing

A country and western style of group dance in which people dance as individuals, following the same steps, but in lines rather than as couples.
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In its heyday the event pulled in more than 2,000 Wild West fans including assorted gun-slingers, line dancers and saloon girls.
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However, when the line dancers got to their rooms, they were "disgusted" with the state of the hotel, which Wendy said was "outdated" and in desperate need of an update.
However, she said, when the line dancers got to their rooms, they were "disgusted" with the state of the hotel, which Wendy said was "outdated" and in desperate need of an update.
The day's entertainment, organised by Shirley Lions Club, continued with performances from the Animated Dance Company and Dot's Line Dancers while little ones were treated to a Punch & Judy show.
Peter Stuart, 75, and wife Sylvia, 69, both keen line dancers, had not been seen since last weekend.
"The hotel staff love our line dancers, they can't do enough to make their stay highly enjoyable.
Performers included Striking Attitudes from Cardiff, Line Dancers from Cardiff, NuWave from Newport and Atgofion/ Memories from Rhondda Fach.
The Ritz is a popular dance venue with a sprung Canadian maple floor which attracts Northern Soul fans, salsa, ballroom, rock and roll and line dancers.
Embassy in Yerevan didn't involve long dresses and bow ties, but rather bandanas, cowboy hats and line dancers performing in T-shirts and blue jeans to American country music.