quickstep


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quickstep

1. a modern ballroom dance in rapid quadruple time
2. a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
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But she is still a little heavy on her feet and the Quickstep is one dance where you really can't be.
Quickstep Fitness Club caters for a wide range of sporting and fitness interests and is growing quickly, attracting joggers, more experienced runners and walkers.
Cole thanked supporters for their "lovely messages of concern" over the week and promised viewers: "Should I not be ready, Gorka and Anastacia will perform their quickstep with me cheering them on from Claudia's sofa or my own.
But QuickStep riders want to take a chair, change their shoes, lie down and after that do an interview.
Dance partner Janette Manrara wanted to make sure he had enough stamina to get through the quickstep from start to finish without stopping.
Quickstep was founded by a team of database systems experts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and led by Professor Jignesh Patel.
Quickstep executive Chairman, Tony Quick, commented We are delighted to receive our third additional purchase order from Lockheed Martin since making our first delivery of C-130J wing flaps in February 2014.
Judy and Anton danced the quickstep on last night's show and will find out tonight if they will face the dreaded dance–off.