His life as the child of a vaudeville couple was one-step above living in the circus—cheap hotels and rooming houses were home.
"Pert" was the mildest term to which Hal reduced his characterization of Miss Pierce, by the time the one-step ended.
A one-step was just over, and the dancers were crowding the foyer.
She threw her arms about Ruth and attempted a few turns of the one-step glide.
Elderly ladies loved to have him one-step with them and squeeze their elbows.
There is always much dancing, for the natives are great dancers and were not the last to learn the one-step and hesitation.
one-step, fox-trot and a Lulu Fado followed in smooth succession.
He clasped her, conscious of her smooth warmth, and solemnly he circled in a heavy version of the one-step.
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.
The way a grid leak and vacuum tube detector with a one-step amplifier are connected up is shown at A in Fig. 44.