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  • armography means the use of the arms and hands in dance by analogy with choreography. Craig Revell Horwood seems to have coined the word, but other judges on "Strictly Come Dancing" and some of the professional dancers are beginning to use it, as is Claudia Winkelman on the nightly BBC TV programme "Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two"

    December 4, 2010