rigodon


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rig·o·don

 (rĭg′ə-dŏn′)
n.
Variant of rigadoon.
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The 19th-century oil-on-canvas is the main highlight of Salcedo Auctions' 'The Well Appointed Life' (Important Philippine Art Sale), set to take place at the Rigodon Ballroom of The Peninsula Manila on Sept.
Dances from Luzon were executed with precision and fluidity, including Jota Cagayano from Cagayan region, Rigodon (the Pampanga version), Sakuting from Pangasinan, Nasudi from Ilocos Norte, and Cariaosa from Bicol.
"There was a feeling of anxiety from each president of private schools association whose smooth program with their respective incumbent superintendents shall be affected by this 'rigodon' which shall take place anytime," said FAPSA President Eleazardo Kasilag after meeting with some heads of private schools.
I still remember Tita Daisy dancing the rigodon de honor in Hijos de Davao with me as her partner.
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Por ejemplo, los pecosos han decidido colocar en un cartel el aviso de este circo ambulante: "GRAN CIRCO AMBULANTE LA MARAVILLA, hoy estrena sus fenomenos, El enano Rigodon, la magica Maribel, El trompetista Franci, El genial resorte y su domadora Dobrila, el malabarista Viking.
Another thing that went practically unnoticed was the coaching rigodon that happened at the PLDT camp, where Norman Black, the Grand Slam-winning coach with San Miguel in 1989, has been transferred to Meralco to be in charge of rejuvenating the Bolts.
It was there, under the crystal chandeliers of the Rigodon Ballroom in last September, that the image of 83-year-old Imelda Marcos had a reformation of sorts.
La France est demeuree heureuse jusqu'au Rigodon. On dansera jamais en usine, on chantera plus jamais non plus [...] (148),