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Synonyms for rhumba

syncopated music in duple time for dancing the rumba


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a folk dance in duple time that originated in Cuba with Spanish and African elements


a ballroom dance based on the Cuban folk dance

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Whilst Tointon received 39 for her Rhumba, fellow contestant Pamela Stephenson once again scored straight 10s for her Quickstep, with dance partner James Jordan.
Kilkenny, Bandicoot Rhumba is another staying type by Split The Bill, but also has stamina available from dam Crash Bandicoot.
If there's one really bad spot, it's the Carmen melodrama, where unfortunate Peta Roby, adorned in a long red wig with two purple horns thrusting from it, is obliged to flounce around while two macho matador types battle for her favors to tango, rhumba and flamenco tempi, with a little Tchaikovsky thrown in.
It's been a busy year for the Rhumba - what made you change your minds and return with so many events?
A It It 's been a long time since I've been 's been a long time since I've been there but I've been up to do the Rhumba a couple of times in Perth and Dundee.
The Rhumba enjoyed many years of top-flight success at The Ice Factory, but launches at rival Perth venue City on September 18.
These guys areseriously good and I'm sure they'll be back in action at the Rhumba very soon.
The Rhumba began life in Dundee almost 14 years ago, moving to a number of different venues before relocating to Perth six years ago.
TWELVE years is a long time in clubland, so the Rhumba Club's birthday bash represented another massive milestone for Scotland's leading progressive-based institution.
One club which has always been a leader here in Scotland is the Rhumba Club, Zammo's 11-year-old baby which is developing into a potential world champion as the years go by.
The Rhumba pulled off a real coup in luring Paul van Dyk to Perth.
These so-called rhumbas were sanitized arrangements of traditional rumba lyrics (for example, "Maria de la O"), rumba choreographies, and rumba uniforms.