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Can you name the words or phrases that are marching band (and drum corps) jargon from their more common definitons?

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Marching Band DefinitionAnswerOther Definition
What a band is often invited to do when it performsGambler's option in a race with an exceptionally large number of horses
A movement of instruments away from the normal playing position, often 'to the box'Generalized slang term for Coke or Pepsi
A single visual formation and/or associated movementAncient Egyptian god of darkness, chaos, and the desert
The collected, written plan for the movement of band members during a showA tool used to bore holes in various materials
Non-marching members and instruments, such as xylophones and timpaniA lane in which a racecar driver may stop to refuel or change tires
The slow musical arrangement in a showA narrative form of poetry, often lyrical
A dividing mark on yardlines used as a visual reference pointA chopped mixture of (among other things) beef, potatoes, and onions
The most basic unit of length or distance by which various moves or other parts of a show are measuredAny singular stair in a staircase, or any single rung on a ladder
To stand in place while moving the heels of the feet in rhythm with the musicTo note or quantify the movement of hands on a clock
Slang term for the feathery ornament on a uniform hat or helmetA common barnyard fowl
A uniform movement of all or part of the band in a single direction by a uniform distanceNovel by Sapphire that was the basis for the film 'Precious'
Marching Band DefinitionAnswerOther Definition
A move in which all or part of the band marches single file along a pre-set pathA childhood game that focuses on imitation
A generalized section of the ensemble, such as 'drum' or 'horn'A one-dimensional geometric figure that infinitely extends in two directions
A set of six (or five) small drums carried and played by a single personA section of a traditional vocal choir
Section of the ensemble whose equipment includes flags and riflesTo protect; or, one who protects
The most basic temporal unit by which various moves or other parts of a show are measuredA rank of nobility, from the Latin for 'companion'
A decorative feathery ornament on a uniform hat or helmetA rising column of smoke or mist
The final musical selection in a marching band showWhat Kyra Sedgwick is on a TNT crime drama
To adjust and clean all or part of a formationTo put on clothing
Flat, decorative uniform ornament worn around the lower armItem traditionally thrown down to initiate a duel
General term for a musical arrangement used in a marching band showA diagram representing collated data; 'pie' is a common type
A move in which the entire band forms a straight line and marches forwardA shell organization created to protect or obscure illegal activity

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