Definitions for "ADAGE"
An old saying, which has obtained credit by long use; a proverb.
an old saying that has been popularly accepted as a truth; a saying often in metaphorical form that embodies a common observation.
a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people
Adage is an advanced graphics packagecombining simplicity with CAD/CAGD power. It comprises a Gtk frontend and an extensible graphics engine based on the MDAG programming system.
Keywords:  fluidity, barre, dancer, slow, supple
From the musical term adagio, which means “slow” or “at ease”. Adage exercises are done both as part of “barre work” and “centre work” and consist of slow, sustained movements. They are meant to build strength and balance, as much of the exercise consists of standing on one leg while extending the other leg high into the air. They also give the dancer time to develop fluidity in “ports de bras” and supple movements of the upper body.
A combination of slow, controlled movements.
Keywords:  wisdom, weak, teeth, boned
Boned wisdom for weak teeth.