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 n.— «Like every little thing that evolves with the changing times, dancing—being one of the oldest disciplines of arts—slowly fragments itself into other forms. And one of the most popular forms that has emerged is the combination of cheerleading and dancing coined “cheerdancing.”» —“A ‘poetry’ written with human body” by Merlina R. Hernando Manila Bulletin (Philippines) Apr. 223, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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