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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of choreograph.

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Examples

  • Kevin Maher choreographs a medley to "Big Spender" from Sweet Charity and "Money Money" from Cabaret.

    Dancing with the Stars Episode Recap: Monday, Oct. 24, 2011

  • To gear us up for movie scores week — concocted to coincide with Julianne Hough's long-awaited homecoming next Tuesday to promote Footloose — Val choreographs a gorgeous number to the Gone with the Wind theme, one of my all-time favorites.

    Dancing with the Stars Episode Recap: Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011

  • Whiddon choreographs wonderfully intricate cleaning business for Shiffman's restless Felix, who gives a sprightly rhythm to the show as he purposefully bustles in and out of the kitchen's swinging door.

    At Theater J, a graceful and nuanced revival of classic 'Odd Couple'

  • This is the lastest video of the experimental media artist Daito Manabe in which he choreographs a synchronized face dance for four friends by hooking them up to the Face Visualizer, a device which converts music into electrical impulses that stimulate the facial muscles.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Cam choreographs a middle-school musical debacle that ends with the kids spelling out "We Love the F Word," while Phil plasters an ad on the mini-van that looks like he's pimping out his wife ("I Can't Be Satisfied!") and teenage daughter ("Let Me Make Your Dreams Come True").

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • He expertly choreographs the mixture of delicacy and violence of a sword fight: the loser, not realizing what has happened at first, pausing in disbelief, frozen for a moment on the screen, before collapsing, usually in a cloud of dust or puddled mud.

    Michael Jones: 13 Assassins: Review

  • He expertly choreographs the mixture of delicacy and violence of a sword fight: the loser, not realizing what has happened at first, pausing in disbelief, frozen for a moment on the screen, before collapsing, usually in a cloud of dust or puddled mud.

    Michael Jones: 13 Assassins: Review

  • Inspired by Carson yearning for her pumps, Anna choreographs the whole thing around his sense of style.

    Dancing with the Stars Episode Recap: Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

  • He expertly choreographs the mixture of delicacy and violence of a sword fight: the loser, not realizing what has happened at first, pausing in disbelief, frozen for a moment on the screen, before collapsing, usually in a cloud of dust or puddled mud.

    Michael Jones: 13 Assassins: Review

  • This is the lastest video of the experimental media artist Daito Manabe in which he choreographs a synchronized face dance for four friends by hooking them up to the Face Visualizer, a device which converts music into electrical impulses that stimulate the facial muscles.

    Face Visualizer

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