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  • n. Plural form of toeshoe.


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  • Palin's self-opinion of being the cutest little trick in toeshoes indicates that shes been inhaling too much AquaNet.

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  • I'd jump in the air and give all my toeshoes to you.

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  • No need fur toeshoes pinkee pinkiee toeshoes – we will each wif he utmoast grace just doo what we can.

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  • I'm told I'll be getting 8-10 Thumper treatments, and then I'll not only tap but go right back in toeshoes for the local production of "Buzzard Lake."

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  • When the women entered (two leads, two soloists and six others), all shod in Norma Kamali's glinting, silver toeshoes, I couldn't help but think of so many "scissorfeet."

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  • Saturday and Sunday Expect toeshoes as well as glass slippers at this hourlong production from New York Theater Ballet.

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  • 'Angelina Ballerina the Musical' Friday through Sunday That winsome white mouse who does all her scurrying in toeshoes is spending her last weekend at the McGinn/Cazale Theater.

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  • You heard the beat of breath and the hard knock of toeshoes in "La Danse," but the rhythms are more insistent in "Boxing Gym," where the choreographed movements are simpler.

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  • White House chief of staff), it's suddenly become a lot cooler to be a guy who knows his way around toeshoes, turnouts and tights.

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