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Synonyms for boogie

an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)

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In the first year of business, the two mompreneurs landed their first major accounts for their initial product, Boogie Wipes[R], with Rite Aid, and shortly thereafter, Walmart.
We are excited to be pioneers in this market, and expect success equal to what we achieved with the launch of Boogie Wipes.
En tiempos de la ultima dictadura (1976-1983), cuando se publicaba en la revista Humor, Boogie significo un desafio a la censura, un desplante de libertad.
La reflexion de Paez trasciende al Boogie identificado como un mero juicio al capitalismo y al sistema estadunidense: "Si tomamos en cuenta el momento en que nacio Boogie, yo creo que, mas que una critica al capitalismo, era una critica a lo que se estaba viviendo en Argentina".
A los ocho anos, Boogie le saco la lengua a su abuela .
No tiene ninguna historia personal con Boogie ni quiere tenerla.
We listened to what girls wanted in a music game and aimed to provide those elements with Boogie SuperStar including total character customization, today's most popular songs, engaging game play, and the ability to play with their friends.
In Boogie SuperStar, players don't just play along, they are the star of the game.
Boogie SuperStar features more than 40 songs made famous by popular artists such as Rihanna, Fergie, Katy Perry, Maroon 5, Leona Lewis, Alicia Keys, Good Charlotte, Britney Spears, Kanye West, and more.