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glissade

 [glĭ-sād´] (Fr.)
a gliding involuntary movement of the eye in changing the point of fixation; it is a slower, smoother movement than is a saccade. adj., adj glissad´ic.

glissade

/glis·sade/ (glis-ād´) [Fr.] a gliding involuntary movement of the eye in changing the point of fixation; it is a slower, smoother movement than is a saccade.glissad´ic
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B felt that our glissades needed a thorough clean-up, he divided the class into several groups and gave glissade side changing feet straight across the floor.
Glissade forward or back is essentially the same, except that the dancer brushes directly front or back, bringing the pointe to the center line.
Following glissade with jumps that push equally and simultaneously off both feet helps ensure that the dancer brings the second foot down with the weight distributed equally.
We want to support solar technology and do our part to be a responsible business," said Mike O'Reilly, co-owner of Glissade.
Glissade Snowboards benefited from an incentive program administered by the California Energy Commission called the Emerging Renewables Program.