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  • "When Lenny took his kazachoc turn, which my mother's people called kazatzkah, he was still bare-chested, and his crouch was low and springy like a predatory cat's." -- Jodi Varon, Drawing to an Inside Straight: The Legacy of an Absent Father. 2006, p. 43.

    A Slavic dance form where a crouching dancer alternates thrusting one leg then the other out to the side.

    December 14, 2011