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  • Temple of Jimjambo, doing the turkey-trot and the fox-trot and the grizzly-bear and the bunny-hug in the arms of a young man with the face of a bulldog.

    100\%: the Story of a Patriot

  • They had little sympathy for the elimination of the graceful dance by the introduction of what they called the “shuffle” or the “bunny-hug, ” “turkeytrot, ” and other ungraceful and unworthy dances.

    How Millions of People Are Reached

  • All this he discovered while he stood in the doorway of the Hotel de Soto grill, and watched Nell, the ex-chambermaid of the Temple of Jimjambo, doing the turkey-trot and the fox-trot and the grizzly-bear and the bunny-hug in the arms of a young man with the face of a bulldog.

    100% : The Story of a Patriot

  • Jimmie Dale's eyes, from a dozen couples swirling in the throes of the bunny-hug on the polished section of the floor in the centre of the hall, strayed over the little tables that were ranged three and four deep around the walls.

    The Further Adventures of Jimmie Dale

  • "Wasn't there some rather daring new dance of the 'bunny-hug' variety?" asked the indiscreet one.

    When William Came

  • In the international (read: pop stars who don't know what a bunny-hug is) categories, this year's co-host

    Dose.ca Music briefs

  • The crowd was somewhat restless at first, as his set-up took the longest of any group of the night, but all was forgiven when K-Os took the stage in what may have been the largest red hoody of all time, a possible salute to Saskatchewan's proud bunny-hug culture.

    CBC Radio 3

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