Definition of pas
1 : the right of precedence
2 : a dance step or combination of steps
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This period, the result of a diplomatic faux pas, is known as the Quasi War.
A fashion faux pas turned criminal Saturday, after a woman who stole a car with a loaded gun inside was recognized from surveillance video.
However, Sacawa says cargo shorts and board shorts that go lower than your knees are huge fashion faux pas. 2.
There’s a couple enacting an erotic pas de deux among the stage and seating areas of the main house; a group of partner-changing hedonists in a bar where the piano plays itself; an actress writhing on a staircase after downing a bottle of laudanum.
Eating or drinking while walking or when riding on trains and buses is a big social faux pas.
That said, I was particularly taken by a recent New York Times story that recounted how wearing high socks with shorts is no longer a fashion faux pas.
Overall, Katz said various season pass sales account for 44 percent of the company’s North American lift revenue.
At 3:13, Scott Wilson scored when a centering pass caromed off Predators center Vernon Fiddler.
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