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to leap and skip about playfully

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SECRET: Actress Kate; LINK: Kate and husband Len cavort via webcam
In her spare time, she plays ball, cavorts with other dogs and swims near her Acton, Calif.
Later, through some miracle of computer animation, dancers insinuate themselves into the projections and emerge as wasps; lighting grids seep into the floor and McGregor cavorts with phantom bugs.
Being Mick'' captures Rolling Stone Mick Jagger as he globe trots, hangs with celebrity buddies, puts finishing touches on his new album ``Goddess in the Doorway,'' attends the premiere of the film he produced, ``Enigma,'' and cavorts with his family.
At left, a clutch of canines cavorts on one of the pet-boarder's comfy lounges.
It reaches a manic climax in the FAO Schwarz toy store number, where everyone cavorts on giant piano keys.
Photo: Asia, a 2-year-old snow leopard, cavorts amid her new habitat at the Los Angeles Zoo.
Deep-voiced and robust Mechthild Grossmann cavorts in striking contrast to the wan, reedy-voiced Helena Pikon.
Her show begins with an extremely raunchy, thong-displaying dance to Barry White's ``Can't Get Enough of Your Love Babe'' in which Finley cavorts through the audience, plunking herself in some people's laps and molding her breasts onto the heads of others.