orchesis

orchesis

(ɔːˈkiːsɪs)
n
(Dancing) the art of dance
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Perhaps it was ironic that on the same night that the Neuqua Valley Orchesis troupe was performing in the auditorium, the Wheaton North girls basketball team was doing a little "ballet" of its own Thursday in Naperville.
Maintenance work stream "Perf-Net" on the ~ entire portfolio of rental housing NOREVIE, located mainly in Douai, Cambrai, ORCHESIS.
They come as past participants in Orchesis (national dance society), or the Cartesian Oval Club (mathematics majors).
While she had tried choreographing for Orchesis, the largest student dance group on campus, she had felt both fenced in by some of its rules and adrift in the vastness of the organization, which didn't foster the kind of intimate, artist-to-artist feedback she craved.
The Southern University Dancing Dolls (below) perform at the McDonald's Battle of the Bands & Greek Show, Grambling's Orchesis Dance Company also performed.
In Ancient Greece, the word orchesis (1) had a wider meaning than it is given today, occupying a wider dimension in the social and religious life of ancient Greeks (Douka 93) who used it to refer to diverse rhythmical movements of different parts of the body (Lawler 11-12).
34); second to extend his gaze from the orchesis to its practitioner, the orchestes (Salt.
Total quantity or scope: The operations are conducted mainly in inhabited houses, located in the Territory of Douai - Cambrai - ORCHESIS - Pvle (Nord-Pas-de-Calais).
Requirements: must be a board member of the Orchesis Dance Club
Nationally and internationally acclaimed Tiger Marching Band and Orchesis Dance Troupe
Eryn Brown (dance) was hired in the PE department and began to grow the interest in Orchesis.