FoxTrot

FoxTrot is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Bill Amend. As of December 2006, FoxTrot was carried by more than 1,200 newspapers worldwide. From its inception in 1988 it was published daily until December 31, 2006, when Amend switched to a Sunday-only format. The strip revolves around the daily lives of the Fox family, composed of ...
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Foxtrot

The foxtrot is a smooth, progressive dance characterized by long, continuous flowing movements across the dance floor. It is danced to big band (usually vocal) music. The dance is similar in its look to waltz, although the rhythm is in a {music|time|4|4} time signature instead of {music|time|3|4}. Developed in the 1910s, the foxtrot reached its he...
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foxtrot

[v] - dance the foxtrot
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foxtrot

verb dance the foxtrot
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Foxtrot

[compilation] Foxtrot is a benefit compilation which was released to raise funds for treating John Balance`s alcohol addiction. The album features tracks by Balance`s close friends, including his group Coil, and was released via their label Chalice. For this release Coil were John Balance, Peter Christopherson, and Drew McDowall. Current 93...
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foxtrot

Ballroom dance originating in the USA about 1914. It is believed to be named after Harry Fox, a US vaudeville comedian who did a distinctive trotting dance to ragtime music
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Foxtrot

NATO codename for soviet long -range submarine class [SU]
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Foxtrot

One of only two competition dance rhythms invented in the United States. It is danced to 4/4 swing-band music with a SQQ or SSQQ rhythm. It is danced in both American Smooth and in International Ballroom, although the tempo is slower in Ballroom. In round dancing, we use the SQQ timing and slower International tempo. — For more, see the navigation...
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