fast-footed


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having rapidly moving feet

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His fast-footed dancing, unique vocal style and creativity in combining musical genres earned him a place in rock history.
Now, the fast-footed father-of-two has added a further pounds 1,600 by completing the gruelling 24-mile Three Peaks challenge.
On BBC1, fast-footed fox-trotter, Welsh athlete Colin Jackson, made next Saturday's final along with Darren Gough, Zoe Ball and Ian Waite.
Though any attempt will surely be met with a firm 'no' from White Hart Lane, Blues boss Mourinho loves the fast-footed Defoe and thinks Chelsea should try to tempt Spurs into a sale.
The fast-footed singer dragged the man to the floor and ripped the handbag away from him, then wrestled with him down on to the pavement.
A fast-footed Zondeki drive flew head-high off a thick outside edge to wide third slip, where Mark Butcher clung on to a good catch.
Swing by the lounge to amuse yourself with the Lounge Lizards game where players are challenged to escape from the notorious lounge lizard-type characters, or hop on the Treadmill game to test your fast-footed moves and get a great workout at the same time
LOUISE RODGERS fast-footed in the new year with victory in the Old Monks sell-out 5.
BIG-HEARTED and fast-footed employees at Teesside-based express delivery giant TNT have helped send a pounds 25,000 boost to help 1,000 children in Tanzania.
Worldcom faces escalating price competition from a growing number of new entrants, which includes ten fast-footed new ones, the former Baby Bells, and perhaps 50 material small carriers.
LEWIS TIMMINS fast-footed through the Northumberland country lanes to win his second Benfield Motorssupported Morpeth Harriers' New Year's Day 11k Road Race.