foxtrot


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Synonyms for foxtrot

a ballroom dance in quadruple time

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The WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT Blu-ray is presented in 1080p high definition with English DTS:X, English DTS Headphone: X, French 5.
Lisa Hardman 4th Battalion Foxtrot Company Instructor of the Battalion
It's been four years since you stopped drawing FoxTrot on a daily basis.
Chicago Center: "Baron Eight One One Charlie Foxtrot, descend and maintain 3000.
I hear next week Merlin will be learning the foxtrot and salsa, while Arthur is taking up dancing on ice.
has announced its 2008 Lima Foxtrot Programs for Severely Injured Military.
Ugh, I'm having to stab my eyes with my leaky fountain pen to try to erase that image of Connor dancing the foxtrot.
TANGO FOXTROT can return to winning form in the Ladbrokes.
Tonight they'll compete in the athletic pasodoble and O'Hurley's favorite, the foxtrot.
Adam, aged 19, of St Andrew's Drive, Whitestone, Nuneaton, could only try to comfort his close-to-tears partner Rebecca Leonard as the viewers' votes rolled in for their foxtrot.
The Rescue of Alfa Foxtrot 586 is a rousing good tale of danger and rescue in arctic regions.
The word spread around the world yesterday almost as quickly as the supersonic aircraft -an anonymous Italian businessman has paid pounds 115,000 for the nose cone from the Alpha Foxtrot Concorde.
And although fellow Midwestern band Wilco's 2002 Yankee Hotel Foxtrot wasn't a hardcore album to be recorded in a one-take session followed by a 40-hour mix marathon, both records share some commonalities: Skeletons of folk-like ballads and pop sing-a-longs treated with sonic dissonance--Husker Du with beautiful fuzz and bath bands with other arts of noise.
A testament to Tweedy's well-known radio fixation, the title Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (and the sample of an ambiguously accented woman intoning its three words during the coda of "Poor Places") was lifted, uncredited, from The Conet Project, four CDs of eerie recordings of shortwave "numbers stations" that broadcast coded messages to intelligence agents in NATO'S phonetic alphabet.