conga line

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a line of people in single file performing the conga dance

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Puffy was leading a conga line around the club -- something so goofy but everyone was so happy.
in the case of the conga line actually pressing your whole body into the
There is a conga line of companies lining up for the new "benefit corporation" status in California.
The evening will be an opportunity for Downtown Metro's agents to commingle, celebrate, and conga line it over to the B2B Soft booth for an in-depth look at the platform and its latest Qpay and TIO bill payment integrations.
However, this year we wouldn't have been that surprised if her speech had consisted of her giving the thumbs up to the camera and then getting Prince Philip to join her in a conga line.
A conga line of storms coming in off the Pacific Ocean will drench the Northwest over the next five days, with copious amounts of rain expected to boost flood threats in the Coast Range and maybe the western slopes of the Cascades.
I was parked behind the junkyard, so by the time I taxied I had to wait in the conga line.
Cagney would surely have also struggled to get his feet around Miguel Del Aguila's A Conga Line in Hell, whose title speaks for itself.
They broke into cheers and some formed a conga line, winding through the packed area.
While most people's teeth are in a nice, semi-circle horseshoe shape, mine are more like a drunken conga line, pushing and shoving each other and sloping off for a quick smoke on the sly.
My friends started a conga line, so I hopped in and joined them.
They choreographed a line dance with bubble wrap, a beach ball volleyball court and a conga line around the room.
Many a time have I marvelled at the sight of the "Sorry, Not in Service" as it trots merrily down the Pershore Road, a veritable conga line of traffic in its wake.
The festivities received a dash of spice from a group of Past National Commanders, also known as the "Pinks," who showed up as cooks to stir some extra laughter into the reception, which may have accounted for the impromptu conga line later in the evening.
From guitars, to mandolins, to harmonicas, to bongos, everyone enjoyed time together to eat, network, sing, play or join a Conga line.