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Words related to cakewalk

a strutting dance based on a march

perform the cakewalk dance

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Chakraborty, who has co-directed Cakewalk, earlier assisted Indian National Award-winning Bengali director Bappaditya Bandhopadhya in Elar Chaar Adhyay.
If the rigorous screening process at airports makes you grimace, your next visit to the Sistine Chapel will make it seem like cakewalk.
With Cakewalk as a resource, convincing others to adopt a more humane lifestyle is, well, a piece of cake.
Despite their loss, Watani sent a warning to their rivals Ittihad that their next encounter won't be a cakewalk for the latter.
In addition to its extensive shoe-wear, this boutique carries a unique line of European made clothing items for kids including Italy's Cattamini, Holland's Cakewalk and Room 7, and France's AlfaBeth.
Roland has reached an agreement to acquire a major share of Cakewalk, a developer of music creation and recording products.
It's got rookie Sligo boss Tommy Jordan sweat ing and he admitted: "We mustn't think that this is going to be a cakewalk.
This was the least successful piece and perhaps showed that even the harp has its limitations and made the jolly cakewalk a little leaden.
It celebrated the choreographers of New York City Ballet's 1951 season when Boris created Cakewalk to Gottschalk music.
No matter how you slice it, Brown, known for small hands that occasionally fumble passes on the basketball court, enjoyed a real cakewalk Saturday, according to a police report.
Ladbrokes spokesman Robin Hutchison said: 'It looks like the only thing that can stop him is the weather and with that set fair it could turn into a cakewalk.
Sneaky and surreal, Charanga Cakewalk serves up comfort food that never lets you get too comfortable.
Which means that comparative rookies may be the ones who are charged with trying to Figure out how to manage in a period that will make today look like a cakewalk.
It's an odd choice of words given that one of Podhoretz's own CPD colleagues, Kenneth Adelman, famously predicted in a March 2002 Washington Post op-ed that "liberating Iraq would be a cakewalk.