line dancing


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line dancing

n
(Dancing) a form of dancing performed by rows of people to country and western music

line dancing

A country and western style of group dance in which people dance as individuals, following the same steps, but in lines rather than as couples.
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The line dancing group certainly gave me a run for my money.
WHAT a yee-haw it's been for Steve and Claire Rutter, rhinestone rulers of line dancing.
com MAKE way for line dancing stars Ron and Wendy Huckerby.
Line dancing and fundraising seemed to be a popular combination, as patient support group Take Heart held a line dance fundraiser at Middlesbrough's Thistle Hotel, which they also used as part of their rehabilitation.
DURING JANUARY, the children of Central First School spent an entire day sweating their socks off whilst line dancing to raise money for a very good cause, the NSPCC.
Shane Filan's recognition of how modern line dancing is enhancing his video will be welcomed by the many thousands of people around the world already enjoying this happy and healthy activity and who hope others will be encouraged to join them.
LINE dancing is swinging back into style for Irish brides-to-be looking for fun on their hen nights.
But line dancing at Bay Path has taken over the spotlight.
A LINE dancing class designed especially for people aged 50 and over is about to hit its hundredth session next month.
The man from Steps is one of the stars of Rhinestone Mondays - a feelgood comedy set in the cut-throat world of line dancing clubs.
FORMER EastEnder Shaun Williamson has swapped Albert Square for the stage and this month he appears in Wolverhampton in the line dancing musical Rhinestone Mondays.
IAN 'H' Watkins is returning to the stage in a new romantic comedy set in the cut-throat world of line dancing clubs.