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of strutting all over the UK and we think it's great that "Dave has caused a storm of strutting all over the UK and we think it's great that Gavin has used the theme of our campaign for such a good cause.
Rome ran a clip of the linebacker that showed him returning an intercepted pass for a touchdown, and then begin showboating for the crowd -- coming up the field with his hips wriggling, shoulders shaking, belly rolling, and legs strutting.
And last Monday, my friends and I went to the London eye and recreated the clip, with all the dancing and bending and strutting.
1 -- 2 -- color) The strutting stage presence of Jagger, here wrapped in sequins, was still in form Friday, after 40 years.
Tom Strut came into view, following the hens, displaying and strutting his stuff.