ritual dance

  1. a dance that is part of a religious ritual
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  • The skirmishes can be a little bewildering, but watching the contrast between the tough fighting and the graceful ritual dance performed by victors -- apparently based on the flight of a garuda, a mythical bird -- is a true Mongolian experience. After Hours: Ulan Bator
  • The island's men perform ritual dances to attract wives in this matriarchal society.
  • By contrast, the exhibition's centerpiece demonstrates that the fragmented nature of modern reality can be restored to classical holism with a harmonious composition featuring several figures aswirl in a rhythmic ritual dance.
  • Other heroic figures which figure in the monthly ritual dances are equipped in the same way.
  • Tiger Dance represents the relic of Luoluo Minority's tiger worship and ritual dance of their ancestry worship.
  • Therefore, dialysis sports ritual dance of the deep-rooted cultural identity, focus on cultivating high-caliber athletes, coaches, referees and spectators, it is very necessary.
  • a ritual dance of Haiti
  • Is this a ritual dance, a prelude to the consummation of a deal?
  • The profane-sounding name simply mirrors the character of the adjacent area used for various purposes, among other things joyful cult celebrations attended by ritual dances and feasts.
  • In Budapest, Mr. Shields—who believes he is the world's only Aborigine pole dancer—wore feathers in his vest and hair and performed to modern aboriginal music, an attempt to "fuse" the aboriginal bird dance with pole dancing in a "very spiritual dance. Despite Its Bad Reputation, Pole Dancing Appeals to Men in a New Way
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