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STILTED: Ruth flops in Rumba and Rev Coles, below, was far from Flash
But instead of improving the storyline with this mimicry, the stilted narration just highlighted the difference in the quality of storytelling.
In the traditional style of circus performers, Sloan could vary his act, and his stilted rides on a seven-foot bicycle tingled the nerves of all those watching.
Humor abounds, with good-natured jabs at organized religion, naval bureaucracy, and stilted Victorian mores.
Deborah Gangloff: The corridors of American schools are lined with pale pine stilted trophy cases gathering dust.