Objective tests to determine dancing ability

Pia Walker

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Hi Bryan

You obviously have more than I have - a brain :>)
Well saying that - I have a brain, but unfortunately my posterior cuts all
messages off to the feet.

bye for now

Pia
-----Original Message-----
From: Bryan McAlister <Xxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx>
To: xxxxxxxxxx@xx.xxxxxxxxxx.xxx-xxxxxxxxx.xx
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Date: 26 October 1999 21:47
Subject: Re: Objective tests to determine dancing ability

>In article <003201bf1ec2$a09e97a0$188593x3@xxxxxxx>, Pia Walker
><xxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx> writes
>How about a measure of how rewarding people are to dance with. There are
>excellent experienced dancers who do not come into that category at all.
>Can they therefore be considered good dancers?
>
>Generally I screw things up early in the evening till my brain gets in
>gear and I think I get better, when should I get assessed?
>Bryan McAlister B Arch RIBA ARIAS
>Web page www.bryanmac.demon.co.uk
>Mobile phone 07801 793849
>
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>Bryan McAlister <Xxxxx@xxxxxxxx.xxxxx.xx.xx>
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