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Synonyms for fast-footed

having rapidly moving feet


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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.
This zap, plus fast-footed skills and superior timing, will help Zapper conquer all worlds, the 18 levels that make them up and survive the final showdown with his brother's diabolical magpie kidnapper.
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
LEWIS TIMMINS fast-footed through the Northumberland country lanes to win his second Benfield Motorssupported Morpeth Harriers' New Year's Day 11k Road Race.
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.
The fast-footed show opens for a week-long run at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry on Monday.
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.
ERIC SMART fast-footed into 2012 by banking pounds 240 after racing into the New Year in blistering form in the famous sprint meeting on Musselburgh Racecourse.