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Definition of Manege

Manege
Manege Ma*nege" (?; 277), n. [F. man[`e]ge. See Manage, n.] 1. Art of horsemanship, or of training horses. 2. A school for teaching horsemanship, and for training horses. --Chesterfield.

Meaning of Manege from wikipedia

- Manège is the French word for a riding academy. As a loanword in Russian it is transliterated back into Latin script as Manezh (Манеж). It may refer to...
- The Moscow Manege (Russian: Мане́ж, IPA: [mɐˈnʲeʂ] (listen)) is an oblong building along the west side of Manege Square, which was cleared in the 1930s...
- A circus is a company of performers who put on diverse entertainment shows that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze acts, musicians...
- Michael Manege (Mikhailovsky manezh; Russian: Михайловский манеж) is the Neoclassical building of an early 19th-century riding academy in the historic...
- The Manege Affair was an episode when Nikita Khrushchev together with other Party leadership visited an anniversary art exhibition "30 Years of the Moscow...
- for The Magic Roundabout, which he adapted from the original French Le Manège enchanté. Eric Norman Thompson was born on 9 November 1929 in Sleaford,...
- Super Manège was a steel roller coaster at La Ronde in Montreal, Canada. It was built in 1981 by Vekoma as the park's first inverting roller-coaster. The...
- Le Manège enchanté (British English: The Magic Roundabout, American English: The Magic Carousel) is a po****r French animated children's television series...
- 4°52′21″E / 52.445966°N 4.872437°E / 52.445966; 4.872437 The Hollandsche Manege in Amsterdam is the oldest riding school in the Netherlands, dating back...
- 3272667°E / 48.8653222; 2.3272667 The indoor riding academy called the Salle du Manège (French: [sal dy manɛʒ]) was the seat of deliberations during most of the...