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Synonyms for clogging

preventing movement

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Davy Russell partners Buck Dancing for owner Philip Reynolds and landed the Pertemps Hurdle Final in the same colours aboard Mall Dini at last month's Cheltenham Festival.
Performed solo, usually to mountain fiddle music, buck dancing features features close-to-the-ground lateral foot movement on the balls of the feet.
Square dancing and round dancing and mountain dancing; figure dancing and clog dancing and buck dancing.
Today's longer trip should suit Snow Falcon and, with 3lb claimer Ger Fox deputising for the injured Paul Carberry (two cracked ribs), he's preferred to Eddie HARTY'S BUCK DANCING.
and dance evoked places and events as diverse as juke joints with buck dancing and grisly lynchings.
Technically, Robinson had developed out of the tap style known as buck dancing.
Traditonal American dance forms like New England contras, Southern Appalachian Mountain dancing (including buck dancing and clogging), and Western squares continue to flourish in all parts of the United States today, thanks to -- among many others -- Cecil Sharp, Grace Ryan, Dudley Laufman, and Lloyd Shaw.