palais glide

palais glide

(ˈpæleɪ)
n
(Dancing) a dance with high kicks and gliding steps in which performers link arms in a row
[C20: from palais de danse]
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The Guy Reed-owned Palais Glide got Hughes off the mark with a half-length victory over favourite York Glory in the 6f handicap before promising newcomer Eureka came out on top in a three-way photo in the 6f maiden.
PALAIS GLIDE looks capable of coming good in the opening six-furlong maiden (2.
Avid followers of Strictly Come Dancing will be hoping PALAIS GLIDE (2.
Palais Glide ran a perfectly satisfactory race on debut and it is not hard to envisage her going a couple of places better in the European Breeders' Fund Maiden Fillies' Stakes.
Come so close they must collide Synchronised harmonic motion Like the stately palais glide I'm a girl knows how to dance 'em Quickstep, waltz and slow foxtrot Knows of boys and how to catch 'em Dream of Chinneys, eight o'clock Know the matrons, some past thirty Look at me and shake their heads Call me flirty Gerty Gone nineteen and not yet wed They say you know a clever theorem Would describe the mule gate's path Could compute the breaking tension Caused the errant yarn to snap But could your fingers do the twisting Make the yarn both whole and strong Make obeisance to the mule gate Dance in step the whole day long.
Sheila, now aged 80, and a former teacher at King's High School, Warwick, said: "There was a wonderful atmosphere in Birmingham city centre, with great long lines of people doing what was called the Palais Glide.
Advice Back on next three starts on going described as good or faster Palais Glide Richard Hannon 2nd, Nottingham, April 23 With form figures of 3321222 she's been frustrating to follow.
They were still at it when teenager Gerry Cooper and his pals set off on their roller skates from Longford and arrived later that night to watch everyone doing the conga, the Palais Glide and the hokey-cokey.
12A) Dapper Richard Gere does palais glide with Jennifer Lopez.
The Richard Hannon-trained Ceffyl Gwell got up in the very final stride to deny stablemate Palais Glide by a nose in the 6f handicap for three-year-olds.
05) in the 6f handicap on the back of a four-and-a-half-length maiden win over the same trip at Southwell last time, but he looked just as good on Polytrack when a half-length second to Palais Glide at this course, again over 6f, before that.
Barnet Fair added a 1 to his form figures which read 432 as he benefited from the frantic gallop in the second 5f handicap on the card to come from last to first under a cool ride from Andrew Heffernan to justify the support that saw the Richard Guest-trained top-weight sent off 2-1 favourite before getting the better of Palais Glide late on.