ballroom dancing

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  • The two soon become best friends; they watch films together and go ballroom dancing.
  • Traditional military band performances and ballroom dancing are also offered, in addition to various food events.
  • Ballroom dancing gained popularity when people were looking to have a good time.
  • She then began ballroom dancing and decided to change her focus.
  • Social dance forms a large part of the evening; actual ballroom dancing may or may not occur.
  • Scott comes from a family with a history of ballroom dancing and has been training since childhood.
  • During his school years, he studied ballroom dancing and acting.
  • As a child, she studied ballroom dancing for eight years, practicing five days a week.
  • The ship provides ballroom dancing, bridge and music, and sails at night making a stop each morning.
  • The move is met with mixed reactions, not least because the all-boy school still has to take ballroom dancing.
  • Often, the style of music played at a ball is most suited to ballroom dancing.
  • During the early 20th century, ballroom dancing gained popularity among the working class who attended public dance halls.
  • He has been noted for his liking for table tennis and ballroom dancing.
  • She loved to dance, and became a European amateur champion in ballroom dancing.
  • A ball is a large formal party that features ballroom dancing.
  • LaGrande Hall was a dance hall where live music was played when ballroom dancing was a popular activity.
  • The ordinary position of ballroom dancing in which the partners face each other with their bodies approximately parallel.
  • From the age of six, he was engaged in sports, ballroom dancing, and singing from the age of eight.
  • He took up ballroom dancing late in life.
  • She was raised in New Zealand, where she won prizes for ballroom dancing.
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