Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of polka.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of polka.

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Examples

  • Finally, we reach a suburban sports center, where a celebration of Scottish jigs and Polish polkas is taking place on the basket ball court.

    Danna Harman: Couch Surfing and Me

  • Finally, we reach a suburban sports center, where a celebration of Scottish jigs and Polish polkas is taking place on the basket ball court.

    Danna Harman: Couch Surfing and Me

  • Finally, we reach a suburban sports center, where a celebration of Scottish jigs and Polish polkas is taking place on the basket ball court.

    Danna Harman: Couch Surfing and Me

  • Features contra dance steps and international and couple dances such as polkas and waltzes.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

  • Features contra dance steps and international and couple dances such as polkas and waltzes.

    News from www.thesunchronicle.com

  • I just amuse myself by buying old guns and refurbishing them in my basement as I listen to old Bohemian polkas on cassettes.

    Old Friends Getting Older

  • I just amuse myself by buying old guns and refurbishing them in my basement as I listen to old Bohemian polkas on cassettes.

    I Saw God in a Wheelchair

  • In director Georges Lavaudant's staging, aside from the ball's brief polkas and mazurkas—and a ballerina who periodically pirouettes in like a leftover Sugar Plum Fairy—the result is a series of soliloquies, set to music that can't seem to find its way—harsh, sharp, sour, aggressive, with fleeting nods to Tchaikovsky and other composers.

    Fénelon's Gnarled 'Orchard'

  • Known for their rock operas, thunderous anthems based on Event Horizon, and chaotic bar mitzvah polkas, .357's prepared to "sacrifice their souls so that you can be properly rocked", penning one lucky person a song based on their own epic struggle, then debuting said song at a concert in that person's honor.

    Thrillist: .357 Lover Writes You A Song: A Triumphant Concert To Pump You Up

  • Apparently, Stalin found the Shostakovich too bourgeois, with its complexity and inclusion of non-Russian airs - you hear tangos, polkas, even a Charleston bubbling through the score, conducted on Friday by Ormsby Wilkins.

    A 'Bright Stream' to channel fun

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