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hoofer

n. a (professional) dancer. Clare was a hoofer when she was younger and lighter.
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This makeover generates two new Hoofer bags that improve upon a durable design that is already greatly revered and recognized in the field as a lightweight, feature-rich golf bag.
Robert Carlyle goes from grieving widower to enthusiastic hoofer with help from Marilyn Hotchkiss' dance school.
Super hoofer Michael Flatley showed his true colours when an Irish act finished joint first on his new world dancing telly show.
Choreographer Danny Daniels, terrific at moving large groups of hoofers around, doesn't disappoint.
At 19, Spears is an unflappable entertainment machine, perfectly capable of delivering steely come-ons like ``I'm a Slave 4 U'' and ``Boys,'' a passable cover of Joan Jett's '80s hit ``I Love Rock 'n' Roll'' and the breathy ballad ``I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman'' while leading a team of hoofers in flashy nonstop routines.
Aside from shoulder-length dreads, Edwards dresses more like the dapper hoofers he was mentored by--sports jacket and trousers--than his rhythm tap contemporaries who favor the baggy hip hop look.
It's a bit like The Full Monty with hoofers instead of strippers - a feel-good evening which sends you home with a spring in your step.
And the country and western hoofers were picking up hymns on THEIR speakers.
Born and raised in midtown Manhattan, the son of professional jazz hoofers and teachers--his lather is Jo Jo Smith, his mother Sue Samuels--the youngster gravitated toward tap dancing after his older sister began taking lessons.
The Fabulous Follies, a chorus line of veteran hoofers (currently ranging in age from 55 to 85) that has Cshown no signs of flagging - either in popularity or in energy - since its first kick at the Plaza Theatre in 1990.
Star hoofers Jean Butler and Colin Dunne are breathtaking in the spectacular new production at Labatt's Apollo Theatre in Hammersmith, London.
He told me he'd heard from his wife about "some white chick tapping with the old hoofers at DTW" and I told hint I liked that he wore his glasses in Eubie.
Whether turning themselves into human tin cans or hissing like furious pistons against the regimentation of factory life, the hoofers and pan-smackers of ``Noise/Funk'' have put a much-needed primordial backbeat into the iron-poor modern Broadway musical.
Dance happens indoors and out at the Lincoln Center, which hosts all annual performance series and the Lincoln Center Out of Doors series in August, where would-be hoofers get professional dance instruction and live music to practice with The Lincoln Center Festival, July 8-27, opens with Dance Theatre of Harlem doing repertory work (Balanchine's Serenade and The Four Temperaments, Jerome Robbins's Fancy Free, and Sir Frederick Ashton's Meditation From Thais and New Bach), and the New York premiere of Michael Smuin's St.
Pushing on past Green Lake, hoofers ascend some gentle switchbacks in the first half-mile, shaded by stout pines and amid patches of wildflowers in red, blue and yellow.