Lancers

The lancers is a dance first introduced in Paris in 1836. It is an imitation of a military dance in which men used lances.
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lancers

[n] - a quadrille for 8 or 16 couples
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lancers

noun a quadrille for 8 or 16 couples
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lancers

(from the article `quadrille`) ...each other by the right hand, and then each gave her left hand to the opposite man, who turned her into place beside himself. The quadrille was ...
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Lancers

Lance-carrying, light cavalry
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Lancers

[wine] Lancers is a brand of medium-sweet, lightly sparkling wine produced by the J. M. da Fonseca winery in Portugal. The brand was created in 1944, when Vintage Wines of New York predicted that wine consumption in the United States would increase after World War II. A sparkling Lancers, made by the continuous method, was introduced in the...
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Lancers

The Portuguese wine brand was founded in 1944 by the company Jos
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