What are legs?

  • (noun): Staying power.
    Example: "That old Broadway play really has legs"

Some articles on legs, leg:

Hot Legs
... "Hot Legs" is a single by Rod Stewart ... In the UK, "Hot Legs" and "I Was Only Joking" charted together as a double A-side ... Artists who have recorded cover versions of "Hot Legs" include Tom Jones, Tina Turner, and American rock band Orgy ...
2001–02 Volvo Ocean Race - Legs
... Event Starting date Start Finish Distance (nmi) Winner Leg 1 September 23, 2001 Southampton, United Kingdom Cape Town, South Africa 7,350 Illbruck Challenge Leg 2 ...
Legs Diamond
... Legs Diamond can refer to Jack Diamond (gangster), the alias of Philadelphia/New York gangster Jack Moran The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond, a 1959 ...
Kiss Farewell Tour - Setlist
... Your Love" and "Into the Void" played only on US legs ... "Talk to Me" played on Australian and Japan legs ... Hamilton, Ontario as well as the Japanese and Australian legs replacing Beth after Peter Criss had left ...
Kaira (spider) - Behavior
... Then she clamped her legs around it and killed it ... The spider then hangs upside-down by the fourth leg on the lower and shorter parallel edge of the trapezoid, which is spread by the other legs ... When a moth flies into the basket formed by the spider's legs, it is clasped and bitten, and later wrapped in araneid-like fashion ...

Famous quotes containing the word legs:

    You know I’d a shot her when she come runnin’ up here, but she’s got the blame best lookin’ legs I ever seen.... Well, I’ll be a suck egg mule—legs like that and can shoot too.
    Leigh Brackett (1915–1978)

    By the roadside a hideous carrion, quivering
    On a clean bed of pebbly clay,
    Her legs flexed in the air like a courtesan,
    Burning and sweating venomously,
    Calmly exposed its belly, ironic and wan,
    Clamorous with foul ecstasy.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Your legs that bounce me up and down,
    your dear nylon-covered legs,
    are the horses I will ride
    into eternity.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)