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A one-step was just over, and the dancers were crowding the foyer.

Elderly ladies loved to have him one-step with them and squeeze their elbows.

One-step, fox-trot and a Lulu Fado followed in smooth succession.

For what was a two-step now compared to the one-step which Pee-wee had taken?

The very nature of the waltz contrasted sharply with the one-step.

The ragtime had a cracked, heart-broken rhythm as though it were a one-step of despair.

But, seriously, doesn't the rhythm of that one-step make you instinctively want to dance?

By this time he was able to pull through on the one-step and the canter waltz, but his great success was the fox-trot.

He clasped her, conscious of her smooth warmth, and solemnly he circled in a heavy version of the one-step.

The way a grid leak and vacuum tube detector with a one-step amplifier are connected up is shown at A in Fig. 44.

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