goose-stepping

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goose-stepping

an abnormality of gait manifested by balancing on one leg of a pair and swinging the opposite member through without flexing it. May be difficult to differentiate clinically from hypermetria because of the tendency in both abnormalities to overreach the target.
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Then Gavin did this bizarre Basil Fawltystyle goose-step across the bar because he thought Charl was being bossy.
The boy goose-steps through the door of the porch next to Bristol House, his right fist still raised.
BASIL John Cleese goose-steps in BBC classic BAMBI Disney's fawn struggles to walk on the ice
Maybe I can follow in the goose-steps of Scotland's own Bing Hitler, Craig Ferguson.
But when he goose-steps on the stage in lederhosen singing Deutschland Uber Alles, it is hard not to feel he has forgotten satire and is simply mirroring the crude stereotypes he originally set out to send up.
So, whenScott and co finally reach Mieke's house, we are treated to a scene in which her little brother draws on a moustache and goose-steps through the living room.
So, when Scott and co finally reach Mieke's house, we are treated to a scene in which her little brother draws on a moustache and goose-steps.