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This search box works only within contemporary-dance.org (our website), and not within the rest of the Web. Just write some of the words that make your question, for example WHAT IS THE RELEASE TECHNIQUE?, and then click the search button. A new page will open with several results. Now you can read about what you are looking for. It is very possible that you will find the answer to your query.
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