Perhaps no member of the GOP has been as successful at this two-step as Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts.
Phase one of the two-step deficit-reduction deal involves about $1 trillion in spending cuts.
A moment later, being unguided, she seemed to change her mind, and did a sort of waltz and two-step combined.
At the piano in the gymnasium a girl was playing a two-step.
He dragged Dick over to a big blonde and left them introduced and waiting for a two-step.
"Now then, you concertina boys, give us a two-step," he called out.
They had brought the two-step amplifier and proposed to use that for most of their listening in, rather than the headphones.
One might as well have tried to waltz or two-step on the sands of the seashore.
They had danced the two-step together, and with stupor he had found himself led.
This is followed by four measures of the two-step and the whole is repeated at will.
A moment; a wink; a JIFFY: Hold it, I'll just be two shakes
[1883+; by 1840 in the form a couple of shakes]