Origin of choreograph
OTHER WORDS FROM choreographre·cho·re·o·graph, verb (used with object)un·cho·re·o·graphed, adjective
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How to use choreograph in a sentence
While you never know what Mars is going to throw at you, NASA’s confidence in Perseverance’s intricately choreographed landing procedure is high.Watch the Perseverance rover complete its dramatic landing on Mars|Charlie Wood|February 18, 2021|Popular-Science
A fine arts graduate of Howard University, Allen has directed and choreographed for an all-star lineup of artists, including Michael Jackson, James Earl Jones, her sister Phylicia Rashad, Whitney Houston and Dolly Parton.
TikTokers composed music, wrote lyrics and dialogue, choreographed dances, designed costumes, sets and more, as they worked together through the app.This Week in Apps: Apple bans party app, China loses 39K iOS games, TikTok births a ‘Ratatousical’|Sarah Perez|January 2, 2021|TechCrunch
Each event will provide attendees a choreographed learning journey designed to ensure marketers get the most out of search, whether they are responsible for organic, paid, or both.We’re revving up for more SMX events in 2021. Submit your session pitches now|Kathy Bushman|December 16, 2020|Search Engine Land
Most of the rest is filled with fascinatingly choreographed action that comes at you fast.‘Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity’: A semi-satisfying new piece of the ‘Zelda’ universe|Harold Goldberg|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
In other words, some DNA changes, particularly those in genes that choreograph brain development, may have a lifelong legacy.
Renowned sexpert Susie Bright consulted the actors on lesbian sex and helped choreograph the scene to get it just right.