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arabesque

noun /ˌærəˈbesk/
a decorative pattern of intertwined flowing lines
Arabesco
The wood had been carved into arabesques.
a position in ballet dancing in which the dancer balances on one leg while extending the free leg behind
Arabesco
She performed an arabesque to show off her dancing talents.
(Definition of arabesque from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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