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  • n. Plural form of nondancer.


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  • Freeman is one of 25 employees of the city's Solid Waste Services Department who have volunteered for 'The Trash Project,' Orr's latest creative venture using nondancers and their movements as the basis of a choreographed performance.

    Once Again, Texas Leads the Way

  • The television show "Dancing With the Stars" has achieved huge popularity by putting onstage nondancers -- this season, they include former Go-Go's singer Belinda Carlisle and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak -- and tapping into our collective dreams of being able to dance like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

    The Sultan of Suave

  • Other nondancers began to filter into the room to spectate, and August moved slightly toward the bandstand to accommodate the crowd.

    Devlin’s Light

  • On Thursday night an effort was made by means of a lawn party to provide amusement for the large number of nondancers present, engineered by a most worthy man, Eugene L. Harris, whose useful career in a few years was cut short by pulmonary consumption.

    History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912

  • It's much like several other dances I've seen for nondancers (in fact, some of the same nondancers), except that these performers are full of personality and recite telling anecdotes from their own lives.

    Chicago Reader

  • For both lifelong dancers and nondancers, the simplified moves make the hour of high-intensity Zumba zoom by.


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