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The Neighborhood Ballroom,'' which premiered on March 28 in Miami, follows life in Villella's hometown of New York City, starting in the late belle epoque (1912-14), when the Boston waltz - a slower waltz with long, gliding steps and intimate entwining of the dancers limbs - was decried as scandalous.
Quantum entanglement is the entwining of two or more particles without physical contact.
It is a profoundly pastoral landscape whose entwining of the natural and the human is best described as a Kulturlandschaft, German for cultural landscape.
The other chain branches as the elastomer forms, entwining itself with the latex particles like an overgrown root.