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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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The line-dancing extravaganza took place in Selby over the weekend for the Huddersfield-based charity which supports teenagers and young people with cancer.
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A GRANDMOTHER started her own line-dancing group while claiming almost pounds 23,000 in disability and other benefits.
Darren started dancing in his teens and joined the Ponderosa Stompers, a social line-dancing group, in Abertillery.
Cowboy hats, boots and line-dancing are prominently featured.
A LINE-DANCING instructor forced himself on one of his teenage pupils after becoming "besotted" by her during lessons, a court was told yesterday.
He told the jury he suspected his wife of having an affair after she began returning late from line-dancing classes in 1998.