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  • Just to have a Marimba band, a Mariachi, a Norteno, a Jarocha, a free-style accordianist, and another this or that bounce off each other is entertaining.

    12 Nights in Veracruz City and Xalapa!

  • At Glam Slam, Will must have held his eye for half that show, but the crowd gave it up after seeing us free-style.

    Fallin’ Up

  • We always set up a “free-style room” wherever we went, and Gwen loved it because of the energy we whipped up.

    Fallin’ Up

  • We were an underground hip-hop group from L.A. performing in the bohemian, surfer-dude spot of Venice Beach and we won over the female crowd, enticed by the elements of a live band and live free-style dance.

    Fallin’ Up

  • • Her design process is a mix of computer-design and free-style drawing and sewing.

    The Queen of the 'Neo-Hillbilly' Quilt

  • Bloodied pugilists at the famed populist Philadelphia Arena share wall space with agile, free-style wrestlers executing a half-nelson on a grimy floor, all of them a far cry from the genteel sportsmen of his past.

    He Painted the Body Athletic

  • This makes the onboard experience fairly predictable: three distinct classes of cabins, each with separate dining facilities (Brittania, and the more upscale Princess and Queen Grills); fixed rather than free-style seating for meals; an international melange of more mature and well-heeled passengers; ballroom dancing to live music on at least three formal dress-up nights each week; and impeccable White Star steward service.

    Dr. Irene S. Levine: Discovering Victoria's Secrets

  • With its fire-breathing opening sentence - "I am an American Chicago born-Chicago, that somber city-and go at things as I have taught myself, free-style ..."

    Adam Hanft: Who Needs the Olympics? Consolation Reading for Chicago Lovers

  • Despite their specific goals, the everyday organization of Jewish gymnastics clubs was very similar to that of non-Jewish clubs; the practice regimen for women was restricted to free-style and choreographed exercises, exercises with dance elements (Reigen) and gymnastic games as well as simple exercises on apparatus.

    Sports in Germany: 1898-1938.

  • Local kids, responding to innate rhythmic yearnings, devised their own musical education by free-style rapping on front stoops and street corners.

    Lucia Brawley: A Twa Lala -- Play a Song: My Keynote Address at the Music Educators Symposium at the Yale School of Music


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