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Synonyms for GAD


Synonyms for GAD

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

Synonyms for GAD

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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And if it is in fact Adrian Galia dancing with Stella Arauzo, then perhaps there is a new parallel line -- different from Gades dancing with his student-- for in this case the director Arazou chose her Don JosE[umlaut].
More captivating are the moments in rehearsals when Hoyos and Gades urge del Sol to move with more purpose and urgency, or when Antonio dances the farruca, the ferocity of his presence pulsating in every lunge and turn of this rich, masculine dance.
With them, Gades was inspired to make his most famous piece, Carmen, rethought as a flamenco-driven play-within-a-play, with flamenco music and dancing.
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.
C&M then has a new entry for the Danish dancer Rose Gad, who came to prominence after Koegler was published, and then both dictionaries join up for the Swedish choreographer Ulf Gadd and the Spanish dancer Antonio Gades, with, once again, C&M being rather the more chatty and informative.