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DefinitionTerms
Step of the thigh
Under-over
Three crossings
To Fall
Bourree Step
To stap
Step from the 'Basque' country
To Hit or strike
To Fold
Fish step
To Sustain
Upset, tipped
To Throw
Over
inwards
Changes of the feet
Boxed, fitted together
Whirl or spin
Small beats around the ankle
Under
Withdrawn
Seven crossings
Slow movements mainly working the classical line, flexibility, strength, stamina, balance, and poise
To jump
To lean
Attack
Hopping
To turn in the air
Raised in
Closed
DefinitionTerms
Large Pass
To dart
Scissor like movement
Scissors step
Six Crossings
To Walk
Small circle of the leg on the ground
To run
To cut
Step of the horse
Stretched
Split Apart
A tendu with the supporting leg simultaneously executing a plie
Bell like movement
Forwards
Chained, link movement
Raising movement
In the shaoe if a criss
To assemble
Caper
Bent
Arched
The longest line in ballet
Flying Brise
Four crossings
Shaded
A small coupe developpe with the supporting leg simultaneously executing a plie
Outwards
Connected movement
Rocking step
DefinitionTerms
Open
Broken
Whipped
Giving way
To rise slowly
Laced
Half bend
Tossed
Behind, back
Shouldering
To Turn Aside
In the air
To melt
Step of the cat
Backwards
Steps done in a circle
Scissors
Swinging movement
Sudden spring
Step of two
To Chase
To Escape
Five crossings
To disengage
Brisk movements mainly working lightness, speed, and elevation
Five
Carriage of the arms
Ball like, bouncing movement
Neck of the foot
To Glide

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