Dashing White Sergeant


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Dashing White Sergeant

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(Dancing) a lively Scottish dance for sets of six people
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Nairn Associated School Group achieved the record when 1453 schoolchildren from five schools took part in a Dashing White Sergeant in 2007.
The senior orchestra will then play Viva La Vida by British band Coldplay and a series of traditional Ceilidh scores including The Dark Island, The Dashing White Sergeant, My Love She's But A Lassie Yet, Mrs McLeod of Raasay and the De'il Amang The Tailors.
Hundreds of men tempted by a Dashing White Sergeant are flocking to join classes organised by The Gay Gordons group in London.
Being half Scottish, I can just about manage a Dashing White Sergeant or Gay Gordon, but they wanted us to do something called the Reel of the 51st which is the most complicated reel ever devised.
A woman who broke her arm after she slipped on a dance floor while taking part in the Dashing White Sergeant at a farmers' ball yesterday lost a pounds 10,000 damages claim.
Some of the more popular dances which we learn include the Petronella, Flowers of Edinburgh and the Dashing White Sergeant.
He blames a vigorous dashing white sergeant for an injury to his shoulder.
But favourite-backers had more luck in the Dashing White Sergeant Stakes as the Tim Easterby-trained Pasithea (5-1) scored by two lengths under Ted Durcan.
The students are very capable, even handling complex formations as in the Dashing White Sergeant.
GAY Gordons, Dashing White Sergeant, Strip The Willow.
We all had a laugh learning the Dashing White Sergeant and the like so, even though we moaned about it, I realise now how much I enjoyed it and the fact that I can dance at a ceilidh is a big plus.