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To be sure, a stone floor was not the pleasantest to dance on, but then, most of the dancers had known what it was to enjoy a Christmas dance on kitchen quarries.
Bingley had soon made himself acquainted with all the principal people in the room; he was lively and unreserved, danced every dance, was angry that the ball closed so early, and talked of giving one himself at Netherfield.
And with tears in his eyes shall he ask you for a dance; and I myself will sing a song to his dance:
"The Dance of Barsoom!" exclaimed the young warrior.
The party did not break up without Emma's being positively secured for the two first dances by the hero of the evening, nor without her overhearing Mr.
They strolled about among the booths where peanuts were grinding and popcorn was roasting in preparation for the day, and went on and inspected the dance floor of the pavilion.
It was settled that the dance was to be on Friday, one week after the engagement, and at dinner Hewet declared himself satisfied.
For the moment, the dance which is in progress is a quadrille.
And Karen could not help dancing a step or two, and when she began her feet continued to dance; it was just as though the shoes had power over them.
At other times anyone could dance who paid his money and was orderly; the railroad men, the roundhouse mechanics, the delivery boys, the iceman, the farm-hands who lived near enough to ride into town after their day's work was over.
Stephen had not yet asked her to dance; had not yet paid her more than a passing civility.
They are waiting on the shingle--will you come and join the dance?
"I will sing for you, dance for you, and--perhaps--flirt with you; but marry you--no!
Filled with wonder and admiration our friends approached and stood watching this fascinating dance. The girl was no taller than Dorothy, although more slender; nor did she seem any older than our little heroine.
There he was to sit and watch where they went to dance; and, in order that nothing might pass without his hearing it, the door of his chamber was left open.