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use "prance" in a sentence

It was opened by Mr prance as part of Sound Movement Cinemas.

He "winds up" jerry's tail and forces him to prance like an automated wind-up doll, complete with a music box.

They are told to prance or behave like a pony.

"The writers would prefer to put a
strains of Canadian thought on technology and nationalism.

He quickly became known as a political moderate and pragmatist, eventually even breaking what had earlier been something of a taboo : accepting funding and subsidies from the Israeli government.

Jones is generally seen as a pragmatist - steering a middle course between his party's (predominantly southern) socialists and the language-inspired activists of the party's Ynys Môn and Gwynedd heartland.

The wife of famed pragmatist John Dewey had attended the seminary.

His use of terms such as quasi-continuous and "partially knowable" might suggest that, as a good pragmatist, he is happy with this limited objective.

And if you're neither, are you perhaps a seeker, a radical, a pragmatist or a conformist?

He says he is a pragmatist, happier doing things rather than arguing over dogma.

The opposite to them is the unfaithful pragmatist.

38-year-old Jonas Lüscher is actually Swiss, but has lived in Munich since 2001, where he studied philosophy, specializing in the American pragmatist Richard Rorty.

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