choreograph

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • v choreograph plan and oversee the development and details of "The meeting between the two Presidents had been carefully choreographed"
    • v choreograph compose a sequence of dance steps, often to music "Balanchine choreographed many pieces to Stravinsky's music"
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n choreograph A choreographer; one who arranges a ballet.
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Usage

In literature:

The entire setup of the room was intentionally choreographed to promote psychological terrorism.
"Wild Justice" by Ruth M. Sprague
And there, perfectly choreographed on the wet pavement, was evidence of a lethal duel.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

What do avant-garde composer John Cage, philosopher Walter Benjamin, and choreographer Martha Graham have in common.
Ohad Naharin doesn't just choreograph pieces.
Choreographer Yukio Suzuki, left, and dancer Nao Ashamine rehearse "Reverberations" in the Fort Worden Battery.
Suddenly, a rhino crashes through the town, then a second — Demarcy-Mota's breathtaking staging depicts this through the tautly choreographed and synchronized body angles of the townsfolk.
Not so with choreographer Doug Varone's company.
Jennifer Lopez's just-released video for "Dance Again" has body glitter, random choreographed dance numbers, poles and sex -- lots of sex .
Jennifer Lopez's latest video for Dance Again has body glitter, random choreographed dance numbers, poles and sex -- lots of sex .
Feast for eyes, ears: Footloose style of New Orleans music blends with highly choreographed ballet.
Ballet Hispanico's New Choreographic Talent, Juilliard's Future Stars.
In 1990, Peter Martins choreographed Fearful Symmetries , his second ballet to the music of John Adams.
Choreographer brings whimsy, tap dance to 'Alice in Wonderland'.
For her 1978 choreographic debut, Karole Armitage, who once danced with the Ballet Theater of Geneva and later with modern dance luminary Merce Cunningham, shocked the classical vocabulary by setting ballet to punk music.
"Thunderstruck," was choreographed by Artistic Director, Richard Steinert and premiered three years ago.
" Thunderstruck ," was choreographed by Artistic Director, Richard Steinert and premiered three years ago.
She's toiled for decades in the quasi-anonymous vineyards of regional theater, directing an "Anything Goes" here, choreographing a "South Pacific" there.
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In science:

The above discussion shows that Theorem 1 relies more on the choreographical assumption than on the properties of the central configurations.
Action minimizing orbits in the n-body problem with simple choreography constraint
Following such complex interactions poses severe challenges to the development of software needed to choreograph these many-body dances.
The Starlab Environment for Dense Stellar Systems
The sequence of propagation and brightening of the features is choreographed by the underlying limit cycle of the instability in the first ion loop.
Time-dependence in Relativistic Collisionless Shocks: Theory of the Variable "Wisps" in the Crab Nebula
This is an example of “choreography” (see , where the notion of choreographic solution was introduced, and the references therein), that is, a T -periodic solution of the N -body problem (N = 3 in the present case) such that all the bodies move along the same path with time shift T /N between consecutive bodies.
Rigorous KAM results around arbitrary periodic orbits for Hamiltonian Systems
Simple Choreographic Motions of N Bodies: A Preliminary Study.
Rigorous KAM results around arbitrary periodic orbits for Hamiltonian Systems
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