In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- And I remember I did the jitterbug on stage, the opening of the third act.
- Being aboard a ship was drastically more boring than dancing the jitterbug in England.
- The answer was to make the jitterbug a slotted dance.
- I might even do a little jitterbug around the kitchen.
- I took country dancing lessons, waltz, jitterbug and polka at the Quick-Quick Slow-Slow dance school in Houston.
- Rocket Man makes an appearance, and even attempts the jitterbug.
- Old men in paper hats dance the jitterbug with old women in poodle skirts.
- The war was, in a sense, the latest fad, a topic to be exploited in the same way as other fads like bicycles, automobiles, or the jitterbug.
- Lucy hires a local teen to teach her the jitterbug for a big audition, but when the day arrives, eye drops make it hard for her to see.
- Show dances and jitterbugs are stylized and often meshed with whatever Mr. Varone favors.
- It was a time of Bill Haley and the Comets, Elvis and the jitterbug.
- When he does surgery he dances, does the jitterbug.
- Wear your favorite 50's fashion, practice your jitterbug moves, and swing into 2005 in 50's style!
- We headed onwards to Harajuku park, where we came across some Japanese Teddy Boys, with monster quiffs, and jitterbug dance moves.
- I try to sniffle, but all I manage is a jitterbug around my offices.
- I was just a little girl but I used to love peeking around the corner and watching them doing the jitterbug and throwing the girls over their shoulders.
- ‘In my little pink-white body back in Aberdeen, Washington, doing the jitterbug - I thought such dancing came out of the air,’ says Brown.
- There was also a blitz ball, a jitterbug jive dance night, a mock 1940s wedding, a remembrance service and a parade.
- The old girl stopped doing the jitterbug and picked up a lively waltz instead.
- They said it so often that the panic spread and everyone danced the jitterbug.
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1bailar el jitterbug
- Somebody might break out a ‘jug,’ and there would be jitterbugging in the aisles.
- I found it hard to imagine dad in flares and a flowery kaftan jitterbugging the night away.
- At our last festival, we played a swing set and great crowds were jitterbugging all over the place!
- It is true that as we age we may no longer be able to jitterbug or engage in a fast mambo.
- They were waltzing when they should have been jitterbugging.
- I guess I liked the more modern stuff more; though the jitterbugging was equally interesting.
- If words are comedic crutches, then mimes are the gimps jitterbugging at Lourdes.
- But she did get to jitterbug with Rob Marshall - and ended up with a broken finger.
- I find it hard to believe I not only wore some of those shoes but also two-stepped, waltzed, and even jitterbugged in them.
- Following straight on from the Pilates class above will be an introduction to jiving and jitterbugging.
- He jitterbugged closer, waving the knife back and forth.
- The ensembles of bopping and jitterbugging are done with real swing.
- They were jitterbugging, swinging to the tunes of big bands, or singing hymns.
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