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- n. Plural form of habanera.
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Now, this girl can eat jalapeÃ±os and habaneras out of the jar, but does not force her tastes on us sissies.
Argentine), and habaneras (which are Cuban), most of the music being written in two-four and three-four time, and the interesting use of folk-tunes; the casual and very suggestive indifference of the dancers, while they are not dancing, seemingly models for a dozen