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gallivant

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to move about at random, especially over a wide area

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an anxiety disorder characterized by chronic free-floating anxiety and such symptoms as tension or sweating or trembling or lightheadedness or irritability etc that has lasted for more than six months

a sharp prod fixed to a rider's heel and used to urge a horse onward

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wander aimlessly in search of pleasure

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Dave's theory--only partially in jest--is that when some smaller engine companies, like Gade, were faced with direct competition on one of their models, they changed the color of paint and increased the claimed horsepower in order to compete.
Porque para Gades, Fuenteovejuna simbolizaba la necesidad intrinseca del ser humano por liberarse del yugo de la infamia y de la opresion.
The film version of "Carmen" features Gades as Don JosE[umlaut], in a parallel storyline that features Gades as dance teacher, a mirror of his character.
Such is the intensity of Gades and the magnificent Cristina Hoyos, his frequent partner, one forgets this is only a rehearsal.
Como lo hizo a lo largo de todas sus obras y siguiendo la ruta iniciada con Bodas de sangre, Carmen, El amor brujo y Flamenco --llevadas a la pantalla por el cineasta Carlos Saura--, Gades logro que una forma tradicional como el flamenco se convirtiera en un lenguaje dan-cistico universal practicado a lo largo y ancho del mundo.
One of the finest flamenco performers of the 20th century, Gades created a sensation performing at the 1964 World's Fair in New York City.
This contract renewal demonstrates Citibank's ongoing commitment to professional associations," said Steve Gades, President, Citicorp Credit Services, Inc.
La Argentina, La Argentinita, Vicente Escudero, Pilar Lopez, Carmen Amaya, Teresa and Luisillo, Rosario and Antonio, Jose Greco, Roberto Ximenez, Manolo Vargas, and Antonio Gades became household names in world dance.
Of those carded by the hypnotic bravura of Antonio Gades and Cristina Hoyos, Carmen became an arthouse sensation and, for many, it still defines flamenco.
Carmela and Jose were products of boarding, schools, while younger sister Lola entered the National Ballet of Spain school at age fourteen, under the tutelage of then-director Antonio Gades.
Under the watchful eye of master choreographer Antonio Gades, Hoyos brought exceptional clarity, tight and precise zapateado (footwork), and fluid balletic line to such Films as Carmen, El Amor Brujo, and Blood Wedding.