[lah-buh n, ley-] /ˈlɑ bən, ˈleɪ-/
a system of movement notation, using symbols on a staff, that records the parts of a dancer’s body, direction inspace, dynamics, and tempo for all kinds of movement: used to record and reconstruct forms of dance and movement.
[kwahng-choh-wahn, kwang-; Chinese gwahng-joh-wahn] /ˈkwɑŋˈtʃoʊˈwɑn, ˈkwæŋ-; Chinese ˈgwɑŋˈdʒoʊˈwɑn/ noun 1. Older Spelling. . /ˈkwæŋˈtʃaʊˈwɑːn/ noun 1. a territory of SE China, in SW Kwantung province: leased to France as part of French Indochina from 1898 to 1945. Area: 842 sq km (325 sq miles)
[kwahng-choh, kwang-; Chinese gwahng-joh] /ˈkwɑŋˈtʃoʊ, ˈkwæŋ-; Chinese ˈgwɑŋˈdʒoʊ/ noun 1. Older Spelling. . /ˈkwæŋˈtʃaʊ/ noun 1. a variant transliteration of the Chinese name for Canton
- Kwame nkrumah
[uh n-kroo-muh, uh ng-kroo-] /ənˈkru mə, əŋˈkru-/ noun 1. Kwame [kwah-mee] /ˈkwɑ mi/ (Show IPA), 1909–72, president of Ghana 1960–66. /əŋˈkruːmə/ noun 1. Kwame (ˈkwɑːmɪ). 1909–72, Ghanaian statesman, prime minister (1957–60) and president (1960–66). He led demands for self-government in the 1950s, achieving Ghanaian independence in 1957. He was overthrown by a military coup (1966)
[lab-er-uh m] /ˈlæb ər əm/ noun, plural labara [lab-er-uh] /ˈlæb ər ə/ (Show IPA) 1. an ecclesiastical standard or banner, as for carrying in procession. 2. the military standard of Constantine the Great and later Christian emperors of Rome, bearing Christian symbols. /ˈlæbərəm/ noun (pl) -ra (-rə) 1. a standard or banner carried in Christian […]