line dancing


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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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PAULA'S line dancing success might not have happened if her 35-year-old partner, Paul Meisak - a DJ at Clan FM - had not encouraged her to start taking classes after she had trained in Latin American dancing.
If you woke up one day this summer to be confronted by hordes of cowboy clad holidaymakers dancing in your living room don't panic; it happened to most of us thanks to GMTV's Fun In The Sun roadshow and line dancing queen Rodeo Ruth.
Recalling late nights in bars, it's full of snake hips, woozy slow-motion fumbling, suggestions of country line dancing, and more than a little roughhousing between the sexes.
GUESTS attending a Blooming Great Tea Party at a Coventry care home are to be treated to some spectacular armchair line dancing.
AN UNSTOPPABLE dance teacher has helped raise over pounds 100,000 for cancer care with her line dancing classes.
The line dancing group at Women's Health in South Tyneside united for a social night and raised pounds 310 to help the charity based in Mile End Road, which is struggling to keep its creche and counselling services running after funding was withdrawn.
Country and Western fan Nigel Cassidy is hoping to spark a revival in line dancing after compiling a step-by-step guide.
The 18-year-old has been crowned line dancing world champion.
Line dancing is hugely popular in Britain and some tour firms have come up with special packages for anyone who doesn't want to leave their stetson at home.
DISABLED teenager Andrew Minskie has become the first wheelchair user in Scotland to take up line dancing.
Demos of line dancing, salsa, tango, Scottish country and belly dancing from 10am to 3pm outside the Town Hall are followed by, from 11am to 3.30pm at Hambleton Forum, free taster sessions for folk, footloose, belly, Scottish country, tango, salsa, sequence, jazz and line dancing.