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By William Safire May 21, The use of the term "exotic dancer" in a report of an accusation made against members of the Duke University lacrosse team has riled a Times reader. George Grumbach of New York notes that his dictionary defines exotic as "of foreign origin or character" and erotic as "of or pertaining to sexual love; amatory. If so, does it not amount to false reporting in the context of discussing how the hiring of these dancers ended with alleged sexual assault? The adjectival difference is the easy part: exotic is "strange, foreign," while erotic is "sexy. Thanks to a commercial database named the Newspaper Archive, I found a review in The Elyria Evening Telegram of Elyria, Ohio, of a silent movie starring a young woman from Spain known as "the famous Doralinda, a women of remarkable personality, who has achieved a noteworthy success as an exotic dancer in New York. From the belly dance performed by a dancer who called herself Little Egypt at the World's Fair in Chicago, through the shimmying and semiviolent "apache dance" of the Jazz Age of the 's, to the colorful gyrations of Carmen Miranda with what seemed to be a fruit basket on her head in the early 's — the performers of such rhythmic writhing were often called exotic dancers. A personal aside: when I interviewed Mae West for The New York Herald Tribune in , she forthrightly admitted to suggestive shimmying in her stage performances in the 20's and 30's, adding sternly, "But I never did the shimmy shewabble.