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  • The "tell, not show" problem is another reason why I never liked Maggin's Superman tribute issue, as it was just wall-to-wall fellating of a godlike guy who was pretty much cakewalking through the most uninspiring challenges he could.

    This Comic Is Good – Marvel Two-in-One Annual #7 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • We do not need to go very far back to remember when cakewalking was the rage in the United States, Europe and South America.

    Preface

  • We do not need to go very far back to remember when cakewalking was the rage in the United

    The Book of American Negro Poetry

  • Like any reasonable person, I figured I'd be seeing some desert canines tinkling out some jazz on the piano while alternately cakewalking and two-stepping across the stage.

    Anime Nano!

  • With so much foreign money, and just so much money flowing here, corruptors are having a picnic, it's a cakewalk, and they are picnicking and cakewalking all over the place.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • CBS analyst Seth Davis has Memphis cakewalking over the Missouri basketball team in the West Regional.

    columbiatribune.com stories

  • Her book project argues that "African American drama presents strategies to interpret historical evidence embedded in black performance (e.g. cakewalking, singing the blues, and delivering a sermon)."

    Power Line

  • Her elegant cakewalking opened the door for the Four Hundred to pick up the dance and Ada was hired frequently by New York’s renowned hostesses to teach guests how to Cakewalk at fancy balls and tableaux.

    The Cakewalk | Edwardian Promenade

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