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Words related to mambo

a Latin American dance similar in rhythm to the rumba

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We are actively looking for potential franchisees in our exciting Mambo Pizza franchise system throughout the Middle East," she added.
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Even knowing all that, it's still a surprise when their sons Christian and Alan, the dark–haired, tanned and Spanish–looking pair who have been a fixture in Mambo since the start, begin talking.
Mambo business owner Jon Ellis said: "Alun Richards, my business adviser has been a huge help.
The subsequent exploits of several of Mambo Spirit's rivals that day add credence to the form, with Ginzan, Efistorm, Night Trade and Time Medicean all successful since, and it must also be taken into account that the ground that day - officially good, despite the race taking place during torrential rain - w ould not have been ideal.
Seventyseven, run by Birmingham City University graduates Iain Mitchell and Neil Fisher, came to the attention of Cafe Mambo after the venue started stocking its designs in its own clothing boutique attached to the club.
This mambo, aka merengue de la calle, is the fastest music in the Caribbean, and his backing band, Mambo Violento, kill it live.
You can pick right up where that wonderful wave left off without missing a single syncopated beat because mambo is back in a big way with a big band and it's coming to a theater near you.
Heather Mills won rave reviews from the judges on US TV show Dancing With The Stars today after stunning them with a backwards walkover as part of a hip-wiggling mambo.
That leaves his trouble-prone assistants -- Munk the Pig (Wallace Shawn) and Mambo the Foxlike Something-or-Other (Andy Dick) -- bored.
From the secrets of salsa to the rhythms of the mambo, from recommended places to see and suggested places to eat, Cuba is massively infused with 'traveler friendly' descriptions, directions, maps, history, culture and customs.
Drawing on Latin American harmonies, rhythms and popular music, Norton creates 2-4 page light jazz sambas, beguines, bossa novas, rumbas and a mambo.
A Time for Youth," the last of the three segments, set in present-day Taipei, returns to the terrain of two of Hou's most controversial films, Daughter of the Nile (1987) and Millennium Mambo (2001), both punished by critics as misguided ventures into contemporary pop culture.
Every night he is the DJ at Ibiza's CafA Mambo, charged with serenading the sun into the sea.