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“Then it was "ecossaise", a musical term, and "diacoele", a structure in the brain.”
“Enjoy your success, you definitely deserve it princesse ecossaise |”
“Moment memorable et foto qui vaut des millions ... avec celle ou j'suis deguisé en gotha pute maquillé comme un camion volé avec un jupe mini ras du cul ecossaise la clope au bec et la bouteille de whisky dans la main .... quoi j'l'avais pas mise celle la?”
“He drew himself up, a smile of debonair gallantry lit up his face and as soon as the last figure of the ecossaise was ended, he clapped his hands to the musicians and shouted up to their gallery, addressing the first violin:”
“In the midst of the third ecossaise there was a clatter of chairs being pushed back in the sitting room where the count and”
“He alone could play on the clavichord that ecossaise (his only piece) to which, as he said, all possible dances could be danced, and they felt sure he had brought presents for them all.”
“During the ecossaise, which she also danced with him, Anatole said nothing when they happened to be by themselves, but merely gazed at her.”
“Catherine Petrovna did actually play valses and the ecossaise, and dancing began in which Nicholas still further captivated the provincial society by his agility.”
“Sometimes the best of the pupils, of whom Natasha, who was exceptionally graceful, was first, even danced the pas de chale, but at this last ball only the ecossaise, the anglaise, and the mazurka, which was just coming into fashion, were danced.”
“It was not a ball, nor had dancing been announced, but everyone knew that Catherine Petrovna would play valses and the ecossaise on the clavichord and that there would be dancing, and so everyone had come as to a ball.”
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