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Some let dances take their form from the experience of creation.
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" Some however consider unpredictable behaviour to be realistic in tragedy: " everywhere in Euripides a preoccupation with individual psychology and its irrational aspects is evident .... In his hands tragedy for the first time probed the inner recesses of the human soul and let passions spin the plot.
" Some commentators, recommending a hard stand against the practice, have found therapy inconsistent with a psychologist's ethical duties because " it is more ethical to let a client continue to struggle honestly with her or his identity than to collude, even peripherally, with a practice that is discriminatory, oppressive, and ultimately ineffective in its own stated ends.
Some of the historic buildings in central Uppsala have had to be let to other activities, as their protected status has made it impossible to make modifications necessary to meet requirements to adjust to the needs for students with disabilities.
Some wiki applications let users embed scripting-style calls into wiki pages, which are processed by the wiki's parser and run either when the page is saved or when it is displayed.
Some critics have noted the irony of an Italian director who could not speak English, and had never even visited the United States, let alone the American Old West, almost single-handedly redefining the typical vision of the American cowboy.
Some chefs will lift the wok to the side to let the flame light the oil or add a dash of wine spirit to give the food extra flavor.
Some venues would let him play for the " door "; others restricted him to selling copies of the album at intermission and after the show.
Some say that Diomedes conspired with Odysseus against Palamedes, and under the pretence of having discovered a hidden treasure, they let him down into a well and there stoned him to death.
Some say Brown asked to be let out of New Edition but a VH-1 Behind the Music documentary on the group claimed Brown was voted out by the group via their management team, with some of the members, most prominently Michael Bivins, against the decision.
Some of the crowd who have been following taunt Jesus, saying " He trusts in God ; let God deliver him now!
Some studies had stated that positive moods let people think creatively, freely, and be more imaginative.
Some people including Cope and Darwin critic Samuel Butler felt that inheritance of acquired characteristics would let organisms shape their own evolution, since organisms that acquired new habits would change the use patterns of their organs, which would kick-start Lamarckian evolution.
Some weeks it would be due to Mr Glum's refusal to let Ron and Eth marry ( in one episode this is because he is not sure that Ron really loves Eth, in another Eth takes Mr Glum to court because he will not give his consent to the marriage ).
Some of the crowd wanted to shake his hand, but then he was grabbed by a drunk at Paddington Hill who was forced to let go by other spectators.
Some of Cao Cao's subordinates wanted to pursue Guan Yu and bring him back but Cao stopped them, saying " We are only serving different lords, let him go.
Some members argued that, as a practical matter, U. S. population could not be stabilized, let alone reduced, at the then-current levels of immigration.
Some congregations of black churches let out early while others walked immediately from Sunday service to Comiskey Park.
Some of the available SQL database firewalls provide / support honeypot architectures to let the intruder run against a trap database while the web application still runs as usual.
Some complex zipper arrangements that wrap around the neck or chest let the suit swing open with a flap or hinge point.
Some British armed forces divers used bulky thick diving suits called Sladen suits ; one version of it had a flip-up single faceplate for both eyes to let the user get binoculars to his eyes when on the surface.
Some and dances
Some choreographed dances such as contra dance, Scottish country dance, and modern Western square dance, are called folk dances, though this is not true in the strictest sense.
Some countries ' dances have features that are unique to that country, although neighboring countries sometimes have similar features.
Some partner dances such as Lindy Hop involve an open position which encourages each partner to improvise alone, yet others, such as Argentine Tango may involve a " close embrace " or closed position which require Followers to follow the Lead more comprehensively.
Some of these popular dances were known as bate-baú, samba-corrido, samba-de-roda, samba-de-Chave and samba-de-barravento in Bahia ; coco in Ceará ; tambor-de-crioula ( or ponga ) in Maranhão ; trocada, coco-de-parelha, samba de coco and soco-travado in Pernambuco ; bambelô in Rio Grande do Norte ; partido-alto, miudinho, jongo and caxambu in Rio de Janeiro ; and samba-lenço, samba-rural, tiririca, miudinho, and jongo in São Paulo.
Some sex workers perform erotic dances and other acts for an audience ( striptease, Go-Go dancing, lap dancing, Neo-burlesque, and peep shows ).
Some families then contrive a series of arranged dances between the newlyweds and their parents, or other members of the wedding party, with guests expected to watch the performances.
Some scholars, such as Daniel W. Patterson and Roger Lee Hall, have compiled books of Shaker songs, and groups have been formed to sing the songs and perform the dances.
Some of these traditional dances include Morris dance, English Country Dance, Caledonians and the quadrille.
Some dances are only performed a single time through however these normally last between 96 and 160 bars ( e. g. Bonnie Anne, MacDonald of Sleat ).
Some dances also involve setting steps from Highland dancing, such as the rocking step, high cuts, or Highland schottische.
Atkinson emphasized Agnes De Mille's contributions as choreographer: " Some of the dances are merely illustrations for the music.
Some aspects of the film do have documentary accuracy: the artwork, the ceremonial dances, the clothing, the architecture of the buildings, and the construction of the dugout, or a war canoe reflected Kwakwaka ' wakw culture.
Some clubs drop the " traditional " dress code requirement for classes and for their summer dances, and some, like challenge groups, gay square dance clubs and youth square dance clubs, have never had a dress code.
Some of these dances have their origins in the ancient period and are still enacted in some form today.
Some of the traditional dances that take place include the Danza del Pescado, Danza de los Moros, Danza de los Tumbies and Pescador Navegante.
Some see traces of the evolution from set dances to couples dances and from double time to triple time in the minuets, still danced in some communities of Finland and Denmark.
Some American high schools and colleges that do not allow school-sponsored dances will host a Junior / Senior prom as a banquet instead of a dance.
Some dances require dancers to utilize hula implements such as an ipu ( single gourd ), iliili ( waterworn lava stone castanets ), uliuli ( feathered gourd rattles ), pu ` li ( split bamboo sticks ) or kalaau ( rhythm sticks ).