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Mitchell maintains an intractable sense of movement through every twist and turn, allowing drummer Ches Smith to contribute coloristic bowing or darkly melodic vibraphone.
Though bowing isn't mandatory, tourists must show respect to leaders and their likenesses while visiting North Korea.
In the throes of passionate bowing or furious tempos, the playing — mainly that of first violinist Geoff Nuttall — sometimes became strident.
But a longing for the sort of clarity that American foreign policy had during the Cold War, along with the requisite bowing to Ronald Reagan, which Trump also did, is utterly conventional for any Republican Presidential candidate.
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BOWING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bowing for English Language Learners
: the style or technique for using a bow when playing a violin or similar musical instrument
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