promenade

[n] - a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year 2. [n] - a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk 3. [n] - a square dance figure 4. [n] - a march of all the guests at the opening of a formal dance 5. [v] - take a walk
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Promenade

• (v. i.) To walk for pleasure, display, or exercise. • (n.) A place for walking; a public walk. • (n.) A walk for pleasure, display, or exercise.
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promenade

prom noun a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year
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Promenade

[dance move] Promenade is a basic dance move in a number of dances such as English Country Dance, contra dance, and square dance. The name comes from the French word for `walk”, and is a good basic description of the dance action. ==Dance position and handholds== When executing the move, partners stand side-by-side in a promenade position...
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Promenade

[musical] Promenade was an experimental musical comedy with book and lyrics by María Irene Fornés and music by Rev. Al Carmines, originally produced off-Broadway by Edgar Lansbury and Joseph Beruh. In a review in The New York Times for a 1983 New York revival, Stephen Holden linked the production to the Theatre of the Absurd: `This work, ...
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Promenade

[Street Sweeper Social Club song] `Promenade` is the second single by rap rock supergroup Street Sweeper Social Club from their debut self-titled album. The version that was released as a single differs from that on the album, the original version on the album is 2:31 in length whereas the extended version is 3:40 in length. The extended ve...
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Promenade

Prom`e·nade' noun [ French (with a foreign suffix), from promener to lead, take for a walk, se promener to walk, from Latin prominare to drive forward or along; pro forward + minare to drive animals. See Amenable , Menace .] 1. A walk for ple...
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promenade

An open deck that encircles a ship, often used for walking or jogging
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Promenade

In ballet, a slow turn of the body on the whole foot.
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promenade

place for strolling, where persons walk (or, in the past, ride) at leisure for exercise, display, or pleasure. Vehicular traffic may or may not be ...
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PROMENADE

This refers to a type of staging where the audience is not seated and can move around, viewing the performance from different perspectives.
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Promenade

Usually the open walkway - almost always covered in teak decking - that runs almost the entire lengt
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