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" Their dancing does not so much consist in capering or agility as in a particular method they have of balancing themselves, and this frequently very low sideways, singing together all the while ; during which they will flatten their circles, so as to bring... "
C. A. Boettigeri: Opuscula et carmina latina - Page 34
by Karl August Boettinger - 1837 - 611 pages
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Adventures of British Seamen in the Southern Ocean: Displaying the Striking ...

Hugh Murray - Shipwrecks - 1827 - 353 pages
...together all the while; during which tluy will flatten their circles, so as to bring 76 SHIPWRECK OP themselves face to face to each other, lifting up...sudden pause, and an exclamation from every voice wed ! Then a new sentence or stanza is repeated, and danced to as before, and the same ceremony continued,...
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C.A. Boettigeri opuscula et carmina Latina, collegit et ed. I. Sillig

Carl August Böttiger - 1837
...concert, still continuing their figure. Their dancing does not so much consist in capering or uglily, as in a particular method they have of ancing bal...sudden pause, and an exclamation from every voice, wecl! Then a new sentence or stanza is repeated, and danced to as before, and the same ceremony continued,...
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The Natural History of Man: Being an Account of the Manners and ..., Volume 2

John George Wood - Ethnology - 1870
...dancing does not so much consist in capering or agility as in a particular method they have of balancing themselves, and this frequently very low sideways,...will be a sudden pause, and an exclamation from every one of ' Wcel ! ' Then a new sentence or stanza is repeated, and danced to as before, and the same...
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The natural history of man, Volume 2

John George Wood - 1870
...bring theiues face to face to each other, lifting up the tassels they hold in their hands, and giving a clashing or tremulous motion. After this there will be a sudden pause, and an damation from every one of ' Weel ! ' Then a new sentence or stanza is repeated, and uced to as before,...
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