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Slip of the Tongue


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#1 Mme. Hermine

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Posted 18 August 2002 - 05:39 AM

But so very apropos: I found the following listing in a catalog from Indiana University:
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Bournonville Ballet Technique: Fifty Enchantments. (1992) 1 VHS tape (38 min.) Located in the Main Library, Media/Reserves Dept. Call Number: GV1785.B64 B687 1992.

#2 rg

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Posted 18 August 2002 - 06:19 AM

perfect.
how inspired when typos really hit the nail on the head.
somewhat reminds me of some dance quiz answers by semi-alert students, one referred to a the famous ballerina solo called 'the dead swan'; another to the 'the sick swan' which in any number of instances seemed a more apt title to several performances of the otherwise entitled 'swan' or 'dying swan'.

#3 Watermill

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Posted 18 August 2002 - 09:58 AM

...of the tiny wannabe at a local Dolly Dinkle Studio who referred to her sister's "errorbesque"!

Delightful!


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