duckwalk


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duckwalk

, duck walk (dŭk′wok″)
To ambulate in a crouched position with the buttocks just above the heels.
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Tickets are IRpounds 26.50, which would be dear if it wasn't for the fact you get to see a pensioner doing the duckwalk. Sorted.
And when the smoke clears, all that remains is the next awful thing that actually happened: You swipe the winter-brown poplar leaves from your knees, but before you can rise, Robbie duckwalks on his knees to face you.
His schoolboy outfit was soon drenched with sweat as he duckwalked around the massive stage while playing flawlessly.
Angus Young is 54 but still wears his trademark schoolboy uniform and duckwalks across the stage while playing guitar.
bearcrawled, duckwalked, slashed, swooped, and by God
Where the stream angled away, we scrambled single file up a mud-slick rock, then duckwalked through a low corridor.
I watched the gig as Berry slowly duckwalked and sang his hits; he was halfway through "No Particular Place to Go" when he stopped playing and walked off the stage.
We duckwalked a bit more, and finally saw horns above the grass.