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  • noun Plural form of chorographer.

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Examples

  • The companies that work in traditional, modern dance exist in part to train emerging talent in the basics of the form; without that groundwork, chorographers cannot stretch technique in new directions or apply dance to other fields.

    Stepping Toward a More Modern Future

  • Let us have liberty to speak freely what we think, with the leave of chorographers.

    From the Talmud and Hebraica

  • - Premiere of famous classical ballet Spartacus in Viet Nam, with the participation of artists, dancers and chorographers of Viet Nam National Orchestra Ballet, 8pm, Apr 10&11.

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  • Seems she didn't like how she was editied in the whole Brandon situation last summer (not showing why she was upset with him) and the fact that Adam would be a permanent judge and the other chorographers wouldn't have a chance to add their opinions -

    Home Theater Forum

  • Seems she didn't like how she was editied in the whole Brandon situation last summer (not showing why she was upset with him) and the fact that Adam would be a permanent judge and the other chorographers wouldn't have a chance to add their opinions -

    Home Theater Forum

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