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stomp

stomp

stomp Sentence Examples

  • He made his film debut in Stomp the Yard, which premiered in January 2007.

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  • You can put intricate motions to your cheers or you can simply shout, clap and stomp your way to greeting your crowd!

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  • With that verbal curb stomp out of the way, I think it's safe to say that if they make another Area 51 in the same vein, it would have great potential if only they spent more time making it unique to counteract its audio/graphic handicap.

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  • The movie Stomp the Yard is blowing up the box office, and now, the soundtrack looks set to blow up the charts.

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  • Stomp stomp clap clap (As you're sliding to the left say swish) Repeat 2x.

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  • He had delayed mentioning the subject, knowing the old man, who devoured crime in the printed form and imagined it everywhere else, would stomp all over this real dilemma like a peasant in a wine vat.

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  • Paul and Rachael: squidge through first third of colostomy crawl and back then stomp the streamway.

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  • mulish obstinacy, the bass-heavy clutter and intricate guitar designs backed up by drums which stomp and bray viciously.

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  • The Fall had a mulish obstinacy, the bass-heavy clutter and intricate guitar designs backed up by drums which stomp and bray viciously.

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  • just preset the knobs and stomp for instant solo lead insanity.

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  • stomp around a bit in them.

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  • stomp up the Master Cave.

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  • stomp boxes can handle the demands of the gigging musician.

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  • stomp around, knocking bowls flying, splashing through the water bowls making an almighty mess!

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  • Playful Welsh scamps Ether stomp immediately onto the part of the dancefloor labeled kitsch 70s throwbacks and start to do the funky gibbon.

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  • They tend to stomp around a bit in them.

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  • Having visited the sump, it 's now a stomp up the Master Cave.

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  • The stomp boxes can handle the demands of the gigging musician.

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  • She used to stomp around, knocking bowls flying, splashing through the water bowls making an almighty mess !

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  • Playful Welsh scamps Ether stomp immediately onto the part of the dancefloor labeled kitsch 70s throwbacks and start to do the funky gibbon.

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  • For example, he would jump laterally and stomp very quickly.

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  • His teleport stomp was also very difficult, if not impossible, to avoid.

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  • Like her colleagues, she has also performed on film; most notably in Mike Figgis' documentary Flamenco Women, and with her husband, guitarist Paco Jarana, in Pulse: a STOMP Odyssey.

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  • While the cheerleader is introducing herself, the rest of the squad can clap or stomp or in some other way keep the beat until the whole squad is done.

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  • Going a little faster, stomp your feet twice, clap your hands twice, slap your lap twice, clap your neighbors hands twice.

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  • Faster still, stomp twice, slap your lap twice, clap your hands twice, clap with your neighbor's hands twice, and then slap the side of your right foot, stomp it down, slap it from behind you and stomp it down again.

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  • In fact, fans are more likely to clap, stomp, or yell "Woot!

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  • If the crowd doesn't seem to catch on to the longer chant quickly, simply shorten the chant and stick to "O-F-F (clap, clap) Offense! (stomp, clap, stomp)."

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  • If a cheer calls for a clap, use a stomp.

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