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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This is the soundtrack of the summmer, lending Beach Boy harmonies, Chuck Berry duckwalk and Sha Na Na nostalgia to unlikely songs.
The building stands on stilts and has the customary yacht club trappings: a terrace with small boats stowed beneath, a flag bearing the club colours, a wooden duckwalk and, of course, a slipway.
ANGUS Young may be 53, but people still pay good money to see him duckwalk in a school uniform and with good reason.
Quite humourously, he's also remember and revered for his Duckwalk, which caused as much controversy at the time as Elvis Presley's pelvic thrusts.
Rock 'n' roll legend Chuck Berry, who has been doing the duckwalk for 40 years, showed yesterday that at 71 he can still get down for his famous crouching gait.
All Bronze and Silver benefits PLUS appearance with a patient at home plate ceremonies/pre-game show at Yankee Stadium; four tickets and sponsor promotion at RFL's Duckwalk Vineyards Gala, 4/28/01.
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.
Angus Young is 54 but still wears his trademark schoolboy uniform and duckwalks across the stage while playing guitar.