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(līt′fo͝ot′ĭd) also light·foot (-fo͝ot′)
Treading with light and nimble ease.

light′-foot′ed·ly adv.
light′-foot′ed·ness n.


(Biography) Gordon. born 1938, Canadian singer and short songwriter; his recordings include 'If You Could Read My Mind' (1970), Dream Street Rose (1980) and Harmony (2004)
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Battling windy conditions at the Alpensia Biathlon Centre, Lightfoot picked up three shooting penalties before coming over the line well inside the top 60 in a time of 24:15.
And the Sheffield handler appears to have unearthed a nice prospect in Lightfoot Mikel, a progressive sort who is fancied to go all the way in the William Hill/Underground Greyhounds Puppy Derby over 435m at Peterborough.
GUILTY: | Lightfoot, David Lightfoot, 72, a Wrexham publican in the 1980s from Parklands View, Little Sutton, Ellesmere Port, was found guilty of six counts of indecent assault against a man and two counts of indecent and sexual assault against a child.
The great Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot has just announced details of his first UK tour in 30 years and Newcastle City Hall is one of his scheduled stops next year.
MP Jason McCartney met youngsters from Lightfoot School of Dancing at Wooldale Community Centre last month.
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We're essentially changing out all of our core applications," says senior vice president of shared services Emily Lightfoot.
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Special constable Peter Lightfoot laid into Mark, who served on the frontline in Afghanistan, raining down blows - and even hitting him with his policeman's helmet.