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The embrace; a hug; or dance position

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Abrazo: Umarmung

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Another name for the 8-count basic which is the the first figure usually taught to beginning students after the walking steps See 8-Count Basic Basico

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Ada Cornaro was a prominent Argentine film and theatre actress, tango dancer and singer of the 1930s and 1940s. Although she entered film in 1924 her claim to fame was in the 1930 tango film hit Adiós Argentina in which she starred alongside icon Libertad ...

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Adabel Anahí Guerrero Melachenko, better known simply as Adabel Guerrero, is an Argentine professional theater and burlesque dancer, actress, and supervedette, who has also dabbled as a model and as a singer in several of her television, magazine and thea ...

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Forward

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Adornment; embellishment See Firulete

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Adorno: Verzierung; Verschönerung

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From afición - liking; amateur; fancier: An enthusiastic admirer or follower; a devotee or a fan of something such as tango

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Aficionado: begeistert (von) – zum Beispiel vom Tango Argentino

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Needles: An adornment for the man done with the working foot vertical with the toe into the floor while pivoting inside a molinete

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To the side

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(from amagar - to make a threatening motion) a feint: An amague is used as an embellishment either led or done on one’s own and may be used before taking a step An example of an amague may be a beat (frappé) before taking a step See Cuatro

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Amague: Finte; angetäuschter Schritt, der dynamisch unterbrochen wird.

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