jive

(from the article `jitterbug`) ...Charles Lindbergh`s transatlantic flight), in which dancers usually did two slow `dig` steps (ball of the foot, then the heel) and two quicksteps ...
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jive

verb dance to jive music; dance the jive
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Jive

[dance] In Ballroom dancing, Jive is a dance style that originated in the United States from African-Americans in the early 1930s. It was originally presented to the public as `Jive` in 1934 by Cab Calloway. It is a lively and uninhibited variation of the Jitterbug, a form of Swing dance. Glenn Miller introduced his own jive dance in 1938 w...
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Jive

[publisher] ==Magazines published== ==Publishing labels== ...
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Jive

[software] Jive (formerly known as Clearspace, then Jive SBS, then Jive Engage) is a commercial Java EE-based Enterprise 2.0 collaboration and knowledge management tool produced by Jive Software. It was first released as `Clearspace` in 2006, then renamed SBS (for `Social Business Software`) in March 2009, then renamed `Jive Engage` in 2011...
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jive

fast dance done to jazz or swing music
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Jive

International competitive Swing dance with elements of the Lindy Hop and Jitterbug. Characterized by up tempo single time music danced with triple steps done primarily on the toes with very lively movement.
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Jive

Jive is American slang for words; jokes; language.
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Jive

One of the five competition Latin Rhythms. In competition, it is danced at a speed of 44 bars per minute, which makes it faster than its American Rhythm counterpart, the Swing. The basic step is a six-beat pattern, comprising eight weight changes: QQQ&QQ&Q. ┬Ś For more, see the navigation bar at the upper left of each page.
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jive

possibly from Wolof jev
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jive

South African urban electric pop music.
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jive

[v] - dance to jive music
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