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    1. Toshakar

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      "Snake Dance" is a song from the Playhouse Disney series, JoJo's Circus. It is about JoJo Tickle and her friend Bal Boa, a boa constrictor, performing a snake dance. It is track 8 on the album Songs from JoJo's Circus. The song's basic melody is the Arabian riff, also known as "The Streets of Cairo."Albums: Songs from JoJo's Circus.
    2. Maushicage

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      Apr 10,  · The day prior to the final Snake Dance performance in the plaza, before sunrise with Orion and Sirius rising, two warriors of the Snake society make several circuits around the Snake and Antelope kivas, each with a bull-roarer (tovokìnpi) and a lightning-frame, which respectively represent the thunder and lightning of the monsoon storms that begin in July and continue into August and early.
    3. Zululkis

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      snake dance - a ceremonial dance (as by the Hopi) in which snakes are handled or invoked ceremonial dance, ritual dance, ritual dancing - a dance that is part of a religious ritual.
    4. Kik

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      The Snake Dance is the grand finale of ceremonies to pray for rain, held by individual Hopi tribes in Arizona every two years. Hopis believe their ancestors originated in an underworld, and that their gods and the spirits of ancestors live there.
    5. Gat

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      1. a ceremonial dance of the Native Americans in which snakes or representations of snakes are handled or imitated by the dancers 2. a parade or procession, esp. in celebration of a sports victory, in which the participants weave in single file in a serpentine course.
    6. Brami

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      It is possible that Snake Dance possessed very powerful magical powers which allowed him to transform into a giant snake creature and allowed him to conjure snakes from thin air, but it is far more likely that he possessed the ability to distort and influence the perceptions of others, perhaps through hypnotism or .
    7. Voodoom

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      Snake charming is the practice of appearing to hypnotize a snake (often a cobra) by playing and waving around an instrument called a pungi. A typical performance may also include handling the snakes or performing other seemingly dangerous acts, as well as other .

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