big dance
 n.— «As Geraldine Stutz, the president of Henri Bendel, said, “For us, July has been okay, not spectacular. Let’s just say it’s the last beat before the big dance begins in the fall.”» —“Lookalikes Everywhere” by John Duka Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) July 31, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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