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dance

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Synonyms for disco

popular dance music (especially in the late 1970s)

a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music

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Kombo South chief Beatrice Auma said the two quarrelled on Saturday at 9pm when the girl, 15, and a standard eight pupil wanted to sneak out for an Easter disco dance.
Su nuevo disco Dance and Dense Denso fue grabado en Los Angeles y es el tercero en la carrera de la banda.
THE fiend who murdered judge's daughter Rachel McGrath has been allowed to disco dance with women patients at a top-security mental hospital.
Included in the impressive Barcardi Get Together line-up is Scottish boy and internationally acclaimed Mylo, raw disco and vintage house veterans Disco Bloodbath, Italian house disco duo Retro/Grade, high impact and rising star Alex Metric, disco dance floor fillers Horse Meat Disco, new wave house remixer Russ Chimes and party starter DJ Mighty Mouse.
Shauna will be back at the Eisteddfod tomorrow taking part in the group disco dance competition.
They took more than 20 figurative sculptures and added a light-up disco dance floor, mirror balls and lighting design by Kathrine Sandys in what has been a big hit with visitors.
3.40pm: String Solo, years 10-13; Disco Dance Group years 10-13
He was forced to disco dance while wearing a pair of plastic pants filled with creepy-crawlies.
CROWD Kim Tasker and other dancers prepare to shake a leg at the Night Out.' WORRANIGHT Samatha Ward and Terry Taylor appeared with Showwaddywaddy at the Night Out in 1982.' SMILES Disco dance champs Becky Drew, Jayne Sleet, Kellie Deards, Debbie Flynn, Keiron Condon and Karyn Flynn in 1983.' CHARMING Six little frogs wait to take part in a charity show in Shard End in 1986.' SHOWMAN Stephen Jackson struts his stuff at St Thomas's junior School, Lee Bank, in 1981.' ORIENTAL Students from the Doreen Barratt stage school in 1986.' READY Competitors in this newspaper's Young Talent 84 contest.
Sixteen-year-old Laura Molinea, of Laburnum Grove, Camp Hill, runs regular disco dance sessions for children at the St Mary and St John church hall, in nearby Cedar Road.
And Andre De Shields hilariously channels James Brown in his envelope-pushing solo recounting the sexual allure of a "Big Black Man." The choreography by Jerry Mitchell, who came up with Kevin Kline's disco dance routine in the movie In & Out, inventively walks the line between butch and camp.
"Although jazz dance is a living art form always changing and reflecting the times, as seen in disco dance, break dance, hip-hop and funk, and other less creative forms that appeal to young hobby dancers, classic jazz dance continues to demand more technique, more creative vocabularies, more individuality, and more knowledge of styles than its delightful but faddish and fickle offshoots."
11.15am: Harp Solo Yrs 7 to 9; Disco Dance Group, Yrs 7 to 9