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Strictly speaking, in Western dance, the classical period refers to the second half of the nineteenth century when such works a, Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and The Nut-cracker e created in Russia.
Finally, because prior authorization only evaluates medical necessity, it is not, strictly speaking, a legal promise to pay.
In living tissue they are filled with fluid, and that disqualifies them from being called cells, strictly speaking.
Strictly speaking, only carrying charges capitalized.
There are other cyclic poems, such as those on Thebes and on heroes such as Heracles, Theseus, and the Argonauts; strictly speaking, however, the term Epic Cycle refers to the Trojan stories alone.
Asked by his lawyer if it was an affair, he replied: "I imagine it could be described as that, strictly speaking.
Hancock has discovered that you can buy the official Pudsey beanie hats for pounds 3, although they are not, strictly speaking, designed for use by dogs.
Ok it's not a club strictly speaking but if you like dance beats you won't want to miss it.
The shows are a part of the rural scene that remains hugely popular despite the fact that we are not, strictly speaking, any longer an agrarian society.
Strictly speaking, deflation implies an appreciation of the Franc, with falling prices boosting the currency's purchasing power.
Equally, I am always confused as to whether Strictly Come Dancing is, strictly speaking, dancing at all.