all-singing all-dancing


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all-singing all-dancing

adj
having every desirable feature possible: an all-singing all-dancing computer.
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Gok resisted the temptation to steam in and attempt to dazzle with a big all-singing all-dancing collection.
GLEE, the all-singing all-dancing TV hit show, is to be screened on Sky from this autumn.
The event will see an all-singing all-dancing performance from students at Coventry's Pattison's College for the charity CLIC Sargent.
It seems the pundits would have this vessel be all-singing all-dancing (i.e., total resupply and assault capability too).
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Hollie Steel, from Accrington, Lancashire, has wowed the judges in the next edition of the ITV1 show, with an all-singing all-dancing performance of I Could Have Danced All Night from My Fair Lady.
The S4C children's show Meees, which featuresamulti-racial family of all-singing all-dancing sheep, has become the first UK show to be co-produced with the Arabic broadcaster Al Jazeera through its children's channel, JCC.
Step back in time next week at an all-singing all-dancing show on Tyneside.

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