clog dancer


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clog dance

n.
A dance performed while wearing clogs and characterized by heavy stamping steps.

clog dancer n.
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Noun1.clog dancer - someone who does clog dancing
social dancer, dancer - a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball)
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and discovered that my great, great grandfather was a champion clog dancer. My family were goldminers, so I thought 'wouldn't it be interesting to get the miners clog dancing?' Story-wise I based it on my home town of Ballarat where there was a revolt of miners in the mid-19th century, known as the Eureka Stockade.
There was more evidence that this love of being centre stage was in the genes as Craig discovered Phyllis's grandfather Harry was a celebrated clog dancer in the late 1800s.
His father, an amateur clog dancer himself, had encouraged James' show business talents.
Award-winning clog dancer and S4C presenter Tudur Phillips recruited visitors entering the festival to help him see how much energy they could generate with their feet.
Her new touring ensemble features Louisa Tuck on cello, Ruth Wall on harp and Amy Thatcher, who's also a clog dancer, on accordion.
Tudur Phillips was a keen athlete and award-winning clog dancer, but last year he was told he has ankylosing spondylitis - a chronic disease which affects the spine and can lead to severe disability.
In his 20s he had become a Lancashire Clog Dancer at the Hippodrome on West Derby Road.
After dessert, a teen-aged clog dancer took to the floor, joined by a handful of exuberant Axa managers who formed a bobbing chorus line.
But just for once the striker with the golden boot looked more like a clog dancer than Fred Astaire yesterday.
What did Naomi expect from Spanish clog dancer Joaquin Cortes?