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to leap and skip about playfully

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TITLE-CHASING Neil Callan's mastery of the sand was again evident as he completed a near 31-1 double, on Cavort for trainer Pat Eddery in the lmV 1/2 f handicap, and Alexander Monarchy for Kevin Ryan in the juvenile claimer.
They are willing, even eager, to cavort with you in the pasture and sorry to see you leave when you have to go.
Hilariously performed by three hunched and preening men, they cavort awkwardly throughout two acts, turning up in dreams and nightmares.
They cavort around on the video for her version of the Don McLean 70s smash American Pie.
Is Sir Alex losing his grip when he allows the French keeper to cavort at a Champs Elysees nightclub 36 hours before a major match, yet Becks is cold-shouldered for living it up with Posh Spice?
He's given more time than he needs to cavort, preen and lecture (the play runs a mere 87 minutes), but the actor's righteous speech to a group of school administrators is a rousing little burst of dramatics.
Club Paradise" -- As an ex-Chicago fireman who uses a sizable disability settlement to transform a remote island watering hole into a lucrative tourist attraction, Robin Williams and fellow comedians Rick Moranis, Andrea Martin and Eugene Levy cavort under the direction of Harold Ramis.
They cavort, gambol, bounce off trampolines, impersonate circus dogs (a clever use of the song ``Man Gave Names to all the Animals'') and occasionally wreak havoc upon the beat-up circus trailer used by Captain Arab (Sesma), the circus' despotic ringmaster.
SECRET: Actress Kate; LINK: Kate and husband Len cavort via webcam
They cavort in baths and feeders, places made by us to lure them, against wholly unnatural backgrounds, with bits of manufactured detritus in their beaks.
Vignettes in this collection feature songbirds that hang out in parking lots, ravens that cavort on airport tarmacs, and a rare spotted redshank visiting Brooklyn.
Although its title might lead some to think it is a coffee-table book featuring those adorable little boys who cavort through Italian Renaissance art, it is instead a series of erudite iconographic essays, which draw deeply from studies of poetry, festivals, psychology, and medicine.
Hansel and Gretel cavort outside a gingerbread house across the street on Lubao Avenue.
What we see repeatedly, as the performers cavort in nudelike body stockings, are bent-over dancers, their legs straightened and facing upstage (with torsos out of sight)--like the hindquarter view of horses standing.
This movie seems determined to single-handedly make up for all the creepy movies in which Jack Nicholson and Harrison Ford cavort with women 30 years younger than they.