charleston

[n] - state capital of West Virginia in the central part of the state on the Kanawha river 2. [n] - a port city in southeastern South Carolina 3. [n] - an American ballroom dance in syncopated rhythm
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Charleston

Series of amphibious cargo ships [US]
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Charleston

noun an American ballroom dance in syncopated rhythm; popular early in the 20th century
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Charleston

noun state capital of West Virginia in the central part of the state on the Kanawha river
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Charleston

county, southern South Carolina, U.S. It comprises a low-lying coastal region with numerous swamps and marshy areas. A portion of the Sea Islands, ...
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Charleston

city, seat (1830) of Coles county, east-central Illinois, U.S. It lies near the Embarras River, about 45 miles (70 km) south of Champaign. First ...
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Charleston

city, seat of Charleston county, southeastern South Carolina, U.S. It is a major port on the Atlantic coast, a historic centre of Southern culture, ... [7 related articles]
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Charleston

social jazz dance highly popular in the 1920s and frequently revived. Characterized by its toes-in, heels-out twisting steps, it was performed as a ... [2 related articles]
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Charleston

The USS Charleston is an American Charleston Class amphibious cargo ship of 10000 tons light displacement designed specifically for the role of an attack cargo ship to support amphibious operations. The USS Charleston is powered by two Combustion Engineering boilers providing a top speed of 20 knots. She carries a crew of 356 including 22 officers ...
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charleston

charleston, social dance of the United States popular in the mid-1920s. The charleston is characterized by outward heel kicks combined with an up-and-down movement achieved by bending and straightening the knees in time to the syncopated 4/4 rhythm of ragtime jazz. The steps are thought to have orig...
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Charleston

(dance) Back-kicking dance of the 1920s that originated in Charleston, South Carolina, and became a US craze following the musical Runnin' Wild (1923)
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Charleston

City and main port in southeastern South Carolina, USA, situated on a peninsula between the Ashley and Cooper rivers, at the head of a bay 11 km/7 mi from the Atlantic Ocean; seat of Charleston County; population (2000 est) 96,700. Industries include tourism, paper, chemicals, and petrochemicals. The original settlement dates from 1670,...
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Charleston

Charleston is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `free, manly` The name Charleston is -as far as we know- only given to American girls. The name sounds like: Charleson, Charles Similar names are: Charleton, Earlston
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Charleston

[dance] The Charleston is a dance named for the harbor city of Charleston, South Carolina. The rhythm was popularized in mainstream dance music in the United States by a 1923 tune called `The Charleston` by composer/pianist James P. Johnson which originated in the Broadway show Runnin` Wild and became one of the most popular hits of the dec...
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Charleston

fast-paced 1920s dance characterized by energetic kicking
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