fast footwork

fast footwork

verb
See also: fast, footwork
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He used his strengths to perfection - his right jab and fast footwork.
Muscat: The exhilarating rhythms and fast footwork that are the main attractions of the art of flamenco will be featured in the Royal Opera House Muscat's (ROHM) upcoming Flamenco Days, which takes place from November 19 to 24.
Witness the colorful costumes, fast footwork and athletic kolo dancers.
There's a great cast of talented dancers delivering the fast footwork and theatrics, but there's also an amazing light show, and unreal stage production values and pyrotechnics.
The entire performance, from the dazzling mix of dance styles (nothing left out except perhaps Bollywood and the Highland Jig), almost impossibly fast footwork, wonderful costumes and technique was just stunning.
The duet performance includes body percussion - clapping and slapping, clicking and stamping, they create an energetic dance of lightning fast footwork, leg twisting and weaving, high kicks and turning jumps.
Matt Kennedy, a 19-year-old winger starting a loan from Everton, showed exciting flashes of fast footwork that suggests there''s more to come.
And the 26-year-old former Olympian showed off his fast footwork - doing a Bollywood dance routine with his ushers for 350 guests at the reception.
Lionel Messi went on a trademark dribble in the box and his lighting fast footwork was too quick for Celta defender Vadim Demidov who tripped the Argentinean with an outstretched leg, but no penalty was awarded.
The Midlands champion started cautiously against Latvian Raimonds Sniedze and produced a decent jab and fast footwork.
Gavin Beasley's fast footwork took him over the try-line for what seemed to be the winner, but Alo's late touch-down sealed another defeat.
Plus the style, known for its intricate hand-and-eye gestures, fast footwork, jumps, and turns, enhances versatility.
That's the way to fight this guy; jab with him, keep your hands up, use lateral movement and fast footwork, feinting as you go.
It will have powers of co-decision about the service's budget and about its staff rules, and will have some form of scrutiny over appointments-the latter one of the consequences of the furore that followed European Commission President Jose Barroso's fast footwork that saw him appoint an ally as EU ambassador in Washington, sparking ire among those who felt that they were entitled to a say in the matter.
I've been known for my fast footwork and it's something I take pride in.