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a kind of dance step in which the dancer seems to be sliding on the spot

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an exploratory walk by an astronaut on the surface of the moon

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In Moonwalking With Einstein, Foer charts his journey from observer to headphoned memorizer, with forays into the Renaissance 'art of memory,' cognitive neuroscience, chicken sexing and the history of indexes.
Yet, in the end, Moonwalking With Einstein proves uplifting: It shows that with motivation, focus and a few clever tricks, our minds can do rather extraordinary things.
Farr has been training for six months by riding his bike, walking backwards on a treadmill and moonwalking the streets of Eugene for 20-minute spurts.
The Jacko room features memorabilia including a pair of legs moonwalking through the ceiling, a bar, dancefloor and DJ deck.
THE CLUB With moonwalking legs, Jacko hat and jacket
But Anthony has taken it to the next level - making a living out of spinning, strutting and moonwalking his way around Europe.
Like so many walkers Martin, of Alva, Clackmannanshire, who was the "pacemaker" among a big group of Moonwalking friends, has had his life affected by cancer.
Bowie, on his official website, says he was moonwalking years before Jacko wowed the world in 1983's Billie Jean.