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  • noun Plural form of allemande.

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Examples

  • To complicate things further, the pieces we have got – preludes and allemandes, courantes and sarabandes – are not grouped into suites in the sources, leaving Christophe Rousset to make his own compilations to create thesix suites, each in a different key, heplays on these discs.

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  • There are not one but two travesti-ballets, the last of which features the Three Graces, hearty young men in bras and jockey shorts, who do a dance and a series of intricate allemandes, all while holding hands.

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  • There are not one but two travesti-ballets, the last of which features the Three Graces, hearty young men in bras and jockey shorts, who do a dance and a series of intricate allemandes, all while holding hands.

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  • De plus, la page de Vidéo 2000 1 qui revend les services de Cablecom dans ma région, mentionne explicitement le “Mutilangues”, et ça m'étonnerait qu'ils parlent du fait qu'il y a des chaînes françaises, allemandes, etc.

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  • A basse-dance, a tourdion, a saltarello; bransles in sets of threes, and allemandes.

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  • German Revolution of 1848 suggest the difficulties of interpreting the role of ideas: Jacques Droz, Les révolu - tions allemandes de 1848 (Paris, 1957) stresses ideological factors in a careful assessment, while Theodore Hamerow,

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  • Or il existe maintenant des chaînes de télévision nationales françaises, allemandes ou espagnoles.

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  • Les "majors" américaines et allemandes s'orientent clairement vers une solution de ce type.

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  • For two hours they had enchanted one another with their discourse, when the sound of music, of guitars and flutes playing minuets, sarabands, allemandes, and the Spanish dances which the young Queen had brought into fashion, the continual passing of groups of young ladies and their joyous laughter, all announced that the ball had commenced.

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  • Other articles of value are: M. Caudel, Les élections allemandes du 16 juin, 1898, et le nouveau Reichstag, in _Annales de l'École Libre des Sciences Politiques_, Nov.,

    The Governments of Europe

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