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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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But it would not be a cakewalk. On the contrary, it undoubtedly would be very expensive--with serious consequences for the U.S.
If the rigorous screening process at airports makes you grimace, your next visit to the Sistine Chapel will make it seem like cakewalk.
What could be more practical, more moderate, than ridding the world of evil with Operation Cakewalk? Of course, some wing-nuts and Paulestinians will have to be dragged on board kicking and screaming.
Black and white cast members danced to the ragtime tunes of Clorindy (Origin of the Cakewalk) when the operetta opened in Manhattan in July 1898--the first occurrence of integration on a New York stage.
"Cakewalk does a lot of fundraising and often donates to animal rights and animal welfare groups, sanctuaries, etc.,...
For the cakewalk, torches were passed from one person to the next, and when the music stopped, the lucky ones holding the torches got to choose a cake from the table.
Despite their loss, Watani sent a warning to their rivals Ittihad that their next encounter won't be a cakewalk for the latter.
Roland has reached an agreement to acquire a major share of Cakewalk, a developer of music creation and recording products.
It's got rookie Sligo boss Tommy Jordan sweat ing and he admitted: "We mustn't think that this is going to be a cakewalk."
Three more modern pieces made up the second half as Debussy's Golliwog's Cakewalk, opened it like a sedate ragtime.
IN THE POST-9/11 age of heightened security and improved data collection, crossing the U.S.-Canada border is no longer a cakewalk. American travelers increasingly find that minor convictions, or even just arrests, from the distant past are coming back to haunt them.
It celebrated the choreographers of New York City Ballet's 1951 season when Boris created Cakewalk to Gottschalk music.
The company said that software developers, including Bioware, Cakewalk, Crytek, Havok, Irrational Games, Midway, NERO and Sony, have been working on software applications and games to take advantage of multi-core processors and benefit from AMD's Direct Connect Architecture.
But it's no cakewalk. Sitting at the highway hub between Toronto and all of Canada east of Highway 69 is a big benefit, but the transportation labour market is a lot leaner today than when Pattison started in 1979, when there was no shortage of workers in sight.