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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Some rocket launchers were included among the goose-stepping formations of men and women soldiers, but otherwise the event was dominated by wave after wave of patriotic floats, giant portraits of the leadership and flag- and flower-waving civilians.
Her drawing of the comic silliness of the goose-stepping children behind the Nazi soldiers acts as a perfect foil to the story's dialogue of parental concern for their safety.
Tuesday's parade featured displays of armaments, legions of goose-stepping soldiers and tens of thousands of North Koreans shouting praises to Kim in unison, according to a North Korea state TV broadcast monitored in Seoul.
The Russian Orthodox service, attended by Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, had all the trappings of a state funeral including goose-stepping guards.
AUTHOR Alexander Solzhenitsyn was buried in a Russian Orthodox ceremony that included goose-stepping honour guards and a religious choir singing dirges.
But C4 new boy Kevin Bishop's goose-stepping spectacular Sophie's Choice: The Musical was outrageously funny.
While a few cartoons are mildly amusing, Gross has done little more than produce sight gags, many of which are so lame (like a Nazi feeding a goose-stepping goose) and contrived (like a man pulling out a sofa-bed with a mattress shaped like a swastika), they are the visual equivalent of chalk on the blackboard.
There were fears Chinese troops would be goose-stepping down the streets, muzzling any whisper of political dissent," says the AP.
Maybe no more goose-stepping yes-men parroting the Republican Party line.
Our boys in WWII had a whole lot more Simon pure manhood than that one-nut pervert and his goose-stepping loony gooneys.
One national newspaper recently claimed that England fans face arrest at the tournament for goose-stepping like John Cleese in Fawlty Towers.
And, when it finally arrives in all its goose-stepping glory, Springtime For Hitler is hilarious.