1 She hummed the dance tunes all day.
2 I never missed a Saturday night dance.
3 When she was not going to a dance, she sewed until midnight.
4 I like all those country girls, and I like to dance with them.
5 At home he play violin all the time; for weddings and for dance.
6 To dance 'Home, Sweet Home,' with Lena was like coming in with the tide.
7 She taught me to dance against and around the hard-and-fast beat of the music.
8 Mama, I wish you had see the lady dance on the slack-wire in the street at night.
9 The dance at the Firemen's Hall was the one thing I looked forward to all the week.
10 The enthusiasm for the dance, which the Vannis had kindled, did not at once die out.
11 There were always partners waiting for her; she began to dance before she got her breath.
12 Frances taught us to dance that winter, and she said, from the first lesson, that Antonia would make the best dancer among us.
13 We went to the big dance in the hall behind the saloon last night, mother, and I danced with all the girls, and so did father.
14 Some ragged little boys from the depot sold pop and iced lemonade under a white umbrella at the corner, and made faces at the spruce youngsters who came to dance.
15 While they were playing, little Nina got up from her corner, came out into the middle of the floor, and began to do a pretty little dance on the boards with her bare feet.
16 At a word from Kirkpatrick, d'Arnault spread himself out over the piano, and began to draw the dance music out of it, while the perspiration shone on his short wool and on his uplifted face.
17 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.
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