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- n. A form of dancing where participants intentionally collide.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
P.S. Megan Fox and Michael Bay, we all know your back-and-forth media slam-dance is fake.
The performance attempts a non-linear and idiosyncratic retelling of Crime and Punishment using poetic dialogue and a grab-bag of dance styles including everything from Broadway-style chorus routines to slam-dance and “street fighting” maneuvers that deliver a real physical sense of foreboding and menace where it is called for in this rather somber material.
It says meaning is “to engage in a form of frenzied, violent dancing; slam-dance”.
But Mardsen, with that odd slam-dance of consonants, was in the book.
They come out and, after a polite bow, make a slow, two man slam-dance circles in the ring.
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