What is meant by allonge?

What is meant by allonge?

An allonge is a sheet of paper that is attached to a negotiable instrument, such as a bill of exchange. Its purpose is to provide space for additional endorsements when there is no longer sufficient space on the original instrument. The word “allonge” derives from the French word allonger, which means “to lengthen.”

What is the terms of ballet?

Glossary: A – D

Á terre On the ground/floor
Adage Slow, soft, sustained, and controlled movement
Arabesque A position on one leg with the other behind either á terre, or en l’air (up to 90 degrees)
Assemblé To assemble, to join
Attitude A position standing on one leg with the other bent at an angle behind, en l’air

What is Devant in ballet?

devant. [duh-VAHN] In front. This term may refer to a step, movement or the placing of a limb in front of the body.

Is an allonge an assignment?

Saprina Allen: An assignment is what gives you the right to actually take legal action on a property. The allonge is the endorsement that gives you the right to collect money.

What does the word postlude mean?

Definition of postlude 1 : a closing piece of music especially : an organ voluntary at the end of a church service. 2 : a closing phase (as of an epoch or a literary work)

What is a ballet bend called?

Plié (plee ay) – means bent, bending – of the knee or knees. Pirouette (peer o wet) – a rotation or spin – a complete turn of the body on one foot, on point or demi-pointe (half- pointe).

What is a Soute in ballet?

Sauté is a classical ballet term that can be used alone or with another term to mean the step is performed while jumping. When used alone, it simply means “jump” and may be often repeated by a teacher during a combination in a ballet class… “Sauté, sauté, sauté, close fifth!”

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