goose step


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a manner of marching with legs straight and swinging high

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march in a military fashion

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When the Republican Congress first floated the idea, the thought was every right-thinking GOP-er would fall in line with the same practiced goose step they've perfected since Newt Gingrich first trained his revolutionary army.
Her dancing has all the spontaneity of a goose step march .
A similar situation happened in 1939 and if Neville Chamberlain had not called it a day and not went to war with Germany, we could all be doing the goose step now.
Drew Barrymore and Ben Stiller Little devil Ben shows angel Drew a new dance - the goose step
Continuing for last 55 years, members of Pakistan Rangers and India's Border Security Force march in goose steps and lower their countries' flags.
A tall tale indeed, this Grandma happens to be in London and on Monday has a tea party in the middle of a traffic jam, on Tuesday gets rid of the fleas that occupy the palace guards' furry hats (and later goose steps behind them), responds on Wednesday to the town crier's invitation to Grandma from the queen to visit Buckingham Palace (and bring her pyjamas and a skateboard) and on Thursday .
The 30x40in poster is for The Goose Steps Out, in which Hay ridicules Nazi Germany to help lift British spirits during the Second World War.
That year, Morse and Peter Ustinov supported comedian Will Hay in the film The Goose Steps Out.
If you don't laugh at the sight of Russ Abbot, camping it up as Hitler while a dancing girl covered in giant pretzels goose steps down the stage, you must be underwater.
The 30x40ins poster is for The Goose Steps Out, in which Hay ridicules Nazi Germany to help lift British spirits during the Second World War.
A GERMAN-born bus driver says he was tormented by colleagues who performed Basil Fawlty-style goose steps and Nazi salutes in front of him, a tribunal has heard.
Hay was the star of memorable films in the 1930s, including Oh Mr Porter and The Goose Steps Out.