frug

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frug

(fruːɡ)
n
a type of dance popular in the 1960s
vb (intr)
to dance in such a style
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Indeed, Nigel Lythgoe's training served him well: The 58-year-old Englishman who frugged, twisted, and choreographed his way through Britain's swinging '60s is also co-helming two of America's reigning television juggernauts, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, both from Fox.
Establishing a record 3,312 theater opening break, the second "Austin Powers" frugged to a stunning $24,800 engagement average.
While throngs of dancers frugged, slid, and slinked to the music of the Beach Boys, Goodman remained serene as she articulated the lexicon of ballet vocabulary in alphabetical order, starting with ailes de pigeon; she was a symbol of the purity of a ballerina's concentration.