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Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of choreograph.

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Examples

  • Boris is also an acclaimed ballet choreographer who made her name choreographing Cakewalk in 1951 for ABT.

    Dance Performance in the United States.

  • Beyonce picked up on the emerging fashion trend of weaving tinsel into her hair, showcasing it at the Grammy Awards as part of her hairography - that is, the choreographing of hair as part of a performance.

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  • Baca came up with the idea of choreographing Homecoming when he was halfway through his deployment.

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  • Beyonce picked up on the emerging fashion trend of weaving tinsel into her hair, showcasing it at the Grammy Awards as part of her hairography - that is, the choreographing of hair as part of a performance.

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  • The vice president, national security advisor and members of the president's cabinet sat around the white house "choreographing" the torture and the president approved it.

    Hullabaloo

  • Jerome Robbins, whose inability to make up his mind was legendary throughout the world of dance, was known for choreographing multiple versions of a variation, then waiting until the last possible minute to decide which one to use.

    The Snare of Perfectionism: When Artists Aim Too High

  • But no matter whether Darwin Deez is standing off to the sidelines, letting the video directors take the lead, or choreographing dances with the band which are performed between songs at their live show which can be seen this Friday night at Bowery Ballroom in New York City, there is no doubt that Deez has exhaled a breath of fresh air into the so-often-jaded music industry of today.

    Taryn Haight: A Darwinian Evolution: Introducing Darwin Deez

  • Before the formal launch of the euro in January 2002, an army of planners spent years choreographing the logistics of the currency's debut, including the minting of billions of bank notes and coins and the distribution of the new currency to banks and businesses across the Continent.

    Banks Prep for Life After Euro

  • During Ferguson's underwhelming early Old Trafford years Dalglish, busy choreographing three league title triumphs and two FA Cup successes, was more preoccupied with then ascendant Everton, but he did take time to address cynical reporters at a Football Writers' Dinner, urging them to offer United's beleaguered manager the benefit of then considerable doubt.

    Kenny Dalglish expects respect but no free ride from Sir Alex Ferguson

  • Seagal spent 15 years in Asia, studying Eastern philosophy and occasionally choreographing martial arts fight scenes in movies.

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