nondancer

nondancer

(ˌnɒnˈdɑːnsə)
n
a person who does not dance
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Thankfully I wasn't the only nondancer in the room, as sisters Victoria and Sarah Manghen joined me behind a sea of swooshing ponytails and animated hip movements.
The show, a desi version that crosses the international hits Dancing with the Stars and Strictly Come Dancing , aims at highlighting the dancing skills of nondancer celebrities.
Of the 11 nondancer patients, six were exposed to dancers outside of the clubs exclusively.
The main effect of the difference between equilibrium scores in mSOT alone and mSOT+DHT was also compared from the combined outcome for both dancer and nondancer groups.
Second City writer-performer Tim Mason collaborated with choreographer Robyn Mineko Williams (a former Hubbard Street dancer) on a storyline about the relationship between a dancer and a nondancer.
Of course, nondancer celebrities also have adopted dance fashion, with mixed results: The pink tutu-like frock Sarah Jessica Parker wore in the opening credits of Sex and the City didn't attract much public comment, but Lara Flynn Boyle's ballerina getup at the 2003 Golden Globe Awards was near-unanimously declared, in op-ed pages and Internet chat rooms, a travesty.
Rietveld reports a relatively low incidence of total hip replacement (THR) in dancers compared to the elderly nondancer population, THR nonetheless is frequently discussed in dance-medicine circles.
In my YouTube channel, I offer suggestions to dancers, educate them and give sewing tips to dancers and nondancers alike,' she says.