choreograph [kôr′ē ə graf΄]
vt., vi.
[back-form. < CHOREOGRAPHY]
1. to design or plan the movements of (a dance, esp. a ballet)
2. to plan (an event or complex course of action) in careful detail
choreographer [kôr′ēäg′rə fər]

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