cotillion


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a ball at which young ladies are presented to society

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a lively dance originating in France in the 18th century

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Applications or nominations for cotillion director are currently being received.
Plenty were still in with a chance at the top of the home straight, but it turned into a straight fight between 9-2 shot Cotillion and Zafranagar.
Looking at the likely prices, with one exception - Majestic Bay back in 2000 who scored at 25-1 - no other winner went off at bigger than 11-1 so that takes care of Cotillion, leaving us with WOODFALL TREASURE.
Specific references to dances and dance figures in Austen's writings are scarce, but both the prevalence of square dances in the late eighteenth century as well as the turn-of-the-century movement toward almost exclusively square dances suggest that Austen and her readers would have been familiar with the cotillion.
Because of that friendship, our family was invited to the cotillion of Pierre's sister, Kate.
Since its inception in 1971, the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum held in Davos has become the global economy's Cotillion Ball - a chance for the economic elites to take on the weighty issues facing the world during a week-long series of informal discussions and private dinners and meetings where the real action takes place.
New introductions include Cotillion, a large-scale master bedroom floral and Collins, a master bedroom paisley.
Pletcher set the season purse record on a remarkable day in October 2006 when Fleet Indian captured a win in the prestigious Beldame Stakes at Belmont Park, Honey Ryder won the Flower Bowl Invitational, English Channel won the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic Invitational Stakes, and India won the Fitz Dixon Cotillion Breeders' Cup Handicap at Philadelphia Park.
The meeting will be held in the Cotillion Room on the second floor at The Pierre Hotel, 2 East 61[sup.
The Cotillion hosted the DJ Dance Fashion Show and Silent Art Auction for an energetic crowd.
Nicky Henderson's relatively new recruit showed up quite well in novice company at Uttoxeter last time, finishing second behind the decent Cotillion.
Cotillion was a good winner over course and distance in the summer for trainer Ian Williams but Lady Eclair gets the vote.
Horses to follow (old list): Club Tahiti, Cotillion, French Applause, Dungannon, Goolagong, High Achieved, Kensington Oval, Official Style, Oil Strike, Oldjoesaid, Sign Of Life, Zebrano.
The event was part of debutante season, which concludes with a black-tie cotillion gala at 6 p.
The dances performed by the class members included: the Lancers - a quadrille for eight or 16 couples; the Gay Gordons; the St Bernard Waltz; the Military Two-Step, and the Waltz Cotillion (for groups of eight dancers).