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Term: Morris Dancing

DEFINITION:
A form of English ritual dance usually performed in the spring. Dances consist of either a set of six or a solo performance known as a jig. Morris dancers wear shin pads or garters covered with small brass bells, and have either staves or large white handkerchiefs in their hands.
SOURCE:  Bronwen Forbes
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