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cakewalk

A task that is easily, effortlessly, or certain to be accomplished. I've been running marathons for years now, so this 5K run will be a cakewalk for me.

cakewalk

n. something very easy. (see also sleepwalk.) Nothing to it. It’s a cakewalk.
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Cakewalk, which will also introduce model-turned-television actor Tarun Malhotra as the male lead, will be shot extensively in Kolkata by the end of March.
In 2003, Roland augmented its strategic partnership with Cakewalk by becoming a minority shareholder in the corporation.
Certificate in Middle Years Multimedia July 8 & 9, Flash Level 1 July 26, Video Made Easy Level 1 August 2, Dreamweaver Level 1 August 9 & Level 2 September 6th Managing an Instrumental Music Program August 16, Sending Students work home on DVD August 24, Certificate in Sound Reproduction and Recording August 25 & 26, Multimedia & Literacy October 8, Raising the Bar September 14, Cakewalk Level 1 July 19 Photoshop Level 1 August 19th, Engagement with Animation September 16.
With careful attention to the legal and regulatory processes involved, a potential buyer of a nursing home can escape the feeling of tiptoeing through a minefield and instead enjoy a cakewalk.
And, after her cakewalk 6-1, 6-2 defeat of Silvia Farina Elia, Venus expressed sadness at Wimbledon ditching another piece of the past.
After reading narratives by former slave women, she designed "Mammy's Cakewalk," which represents black women in the antebellum South who survived by assuming a socially acceptable persona for white society.
It's also saying: 'Hey look, you know, this is no cakewalk.
Vincent de Paul work is a cakewalk compared to pro-life work-particularly that counseling which involves intervening to dissuade and assist the distressed, abortion-minded mother.
Microsoft says that several independent software vendors (ISVs), such as Cakewalk and Nullsoft Inc, have used its Windows Media Audio Software Development Kit (SDK) to integrate its Windows Media Technologies 4.
Companies including Cakewalk, Novell, 7th Level and Qsound labs propose industry-wide guidelines for the management of file formats and the experience the end user receives.
In Sundquist's hands, the cakewalk becomes a metaphor not only for Chestnutt's own subtle negotiation of the color line, but for the more general phenomenon of interracial exchange as well.
Her widely admired fourth novel, Black Mountain Breakdown, and her short-story collection Cakewalk were both published in 1980.
His tableau is filled with revealing biographical sketches of leading African-Americans, detailed accounts of schools, churches, and fraternities, and inspired discussions of African-American culture, not the least of which is a truly artful analysis of the cakewalk.
The cakewalk became a popular feature of minstrel shows following the success of a number called "Walking for Dat Cake" by the New York musical comedy team of Harrigan and Hart.
By bundling the IDT proprietary High Definition HD sound graphic user interface (GUI) and audio codec, and the Cakewalk pyro Audio Creator LE product, the companies' OEM and ODM customers can in turn enhance music creation and listening experiences for PC consumers.