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How harmful are…? Study in British medical journal The Lancet, 2007
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The waltz, ca. 1830
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The tango
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Waltz, tango
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Leads forth the ready dame, whose rising flush Might once have been mistaken for a blush. From where the garb just leaves the bosom free That spot where hearts were once supposed to be; Round all the confines of the yielded waist, The strangest hand may wander undisplaced: The lady’s in return may grasp as much As princely paunches offer to her touch. Pleased round the chalky floor how well they trip One hand reposing on the royal hip! [23] The other to the shoulder no less royal Ascending with affection truly loyal! George Gordon, Lord Byron, “The Waltz,” 1813
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Thus all and each, in movement swift or slow, The genial contact gently undergo; Till some might marvel, with the modest Turk, If “nothing follows all this palming work?” True, honest Mirza!--you may trust my rhyme-- Something does follow at a fitter time; The breast thus publicly resigned to man, In private may resist him--if it can.
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