unchoreographed

unchoreographed

(ʌnˈkɒrɪəˌɡræft)
adj
(Dancing) not choreographed; not pre-arranged or pre-prepared; unplanned
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Music is the key: there is an incredible point in the first episode where the kids start dancing to '80s bop I Think We're Alone Now in what seem to be unchoreographed efforts by the actors Ellen Page is particularly adorable here until they're interrupted by a time traveler ripping through the multiverse.
The couple broke into an unchoreographed dance, much to the chagrin of their children.
It is a totally unique and spontaneous way of moving as everything is completely unchoreographed and improvised.
(There is, at one point, unchoreographed dancing in the central aisle.)
Iqbal asserts that even though the plaintiffs allegations of parallel conduct in Twombly were "consistent with an unlawful agreement, the Court nevertheless concluded that...[the parallel conduct] did not plausibly suggest an illicit accord because it was not only compatible with, but indeed was more likely explained by, lawful, unchoreographed free-market behavior." (131) By itself, this language suggests that if "lawful...free-market behavior," rather than unlawful behavior, provides a more likely explanation for a result, then the plaintiff's claim would fail to be plausible, and would be dismissed.
She's not part of the action, but, by staging the shot to include her, Corbijn points to a city populated with everyday happenings--the kind of unchoreographed moments frequently captured by Magnum photographers.
(30) As Iqbal later explained, the Twombly Court "[a]cknowledg[ed] that parallel conduct was consistent with an unlawful agreement," but nevertheless concluded "that it did not plausibly suggest an illicit accord because it was not only compatible with, but indeed was more likely explained by, lawful, unchoreographed free-market behavior." (31) Where the case law had previously said that "a complaint should not be dismissed for failure to state a claim unless it appears beyond doubt that the plaintiff can prove no set of facts in support of his claim which would entitle him to relief," (32) Iqbal said that judges should assess the plausibility of a plaintiffs factual allegations based on "judicial experience and common sense." (33)
Privratsky aptly describes the outload as rushed and gives readers a sense of being on the docks during the unchoreographed flurry of activity.
After a brief introduction to the work, the projection begins, and I witness the strange unchoreographed movement of a group of strangers turning their heads upwards, in unison, towards the Theatre Maisonneuve.
Foxx, the only performer with extensive singing experience onscreen, wisely opts for understatement, but Diaz's dipsomaniac rants on unchecked, her falling-down-drunk numbers as unchoreographed as her would-be comic bits are poorly directed.
For an organism can be imaged as a participant in an immense, never-ending and unchoreographed cosmic dance which betokens a variegated drama of spontaneous meaning-making.
The result is a work without credible psychological development, a significant setting, or a compelling plot; instead, we get seemingly unchoreographed changes in the characters' proximity to and repulsion from each other and in the degree of vitality of the two aging characters, which intermittently sinks to a depressing low.