• Even without a bassist, Thornewill adapts the piano rhythmically against Jesse Kristin's punchy drumming.

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  • He began slapping his thigh lightly, rhythmically, like someone getting ready to move vigorously.

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  • The first component centers the breath, as the CEO rhythmically counts the inhales, holds, and then exhales.

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  • They enliven their gait by bumping each others' hips rhythmically and leaping into the air as they walk.

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  • The wind was strong that evening and made the enormous canvas roof, suspended by cables, whip and buckle rhythmically.

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  • From her first session through her more rhythmically assertive later records, Ellison put herself on the line every time.

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  • At the same time, though, she was pressing her pelvis rhythmically against my hip and cooing something and kissing my bearded cheeks.

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  • At the front entrance, silent lights pulsated rhythmically against the brick wall.

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  • As he tried to move slowly back to the passage he could feel her thin legs bumping rhythmically in ghostly, playful taps against his own.

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  • Recognizing that the world is crowded with the rhythmically challenged, he recently produced a self-instruction video featuring onetime Lawrence Welk Show stars Bobby Burgess and Elaine Balden.

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  • They then seemed to be checking whether the elephant in the mirror exactly copied their own actions by rhythmically moving their heads in and out of view.

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  • Rhythmically directed by actor Scott Cooper, who adapted the screenplay from a novel by Thomas Cobb, Crazy Heart is largely the story of Jean and Bad's up-and-down romance.

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  • With baseball pitchers it's a certain rhythmically whippy arm motion.

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  • Again and again, the employees go through the cycle rhythmically.

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  • When I returned to the desk with a cup of water for her, I saw that she was rocking slowly on the chair, moving the larva rhythmically back and forth.

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  • With necklaces and dangling earrings, feathered headgear and bells on their ankles, the men line up, swaying rhythmically, rising and falling on their toes, as their song, accompanied only by handclaps, rises to a crescendo.

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