Definitions

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  • noun music Clapping

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Examples

  • The palmas hadn't yet been printed, but police seized a handwritten ledger and 100 reais.

    In Pockets of Booming Brazil, a Mint Idea Gains Currency

  • Originally "Otoño" was written as a free form lyrical piece, but later I had the idea to make it more like a classic Spanish "tangos" rhythm with the palmas, cajon and voice.

    Joseph Vella: Interview: Vince Mendoza (Jazz Composer Extraordinaire)

  • The roots of the palmas are still there, however, and will be hard to remove.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • The roots of the palmas are still there, however, and will be hard to remove.

    Overwhelm

  • Wise Heart and I immediately decided to tear out the humungous stand of red ginger and palmas that was about to eat the side yard, and to plant collards, okra, kale and garlic there.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Maybe most of the plants will be devoured by hornmigas, or strangled by palmas roots, but maybe a few will survive for us.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Maybe most of the plants will be devoured by hornmigas, or strangled by palmas roots, but maybe a few will survive for us.

    Overwhelm

  • Wise Heart and I immediately decided to tear out the humungous stand of red ginger and palmas that was about to eat the side yard, and to plant collards, okra, kale and garlic there.

    Overwhelm

  • StudyGlobal offers flamenco courses throughout the year in Seville that focus on hand and arm technique, choreography, palmas (clapping), compas (rhythm), or cante (singing) (prices vary; studyglobal. net).

    Dancing the Trip Away

  • Maybe most of the plants will be devoured by hornmigas, or strangled by palmas roots, but maybe a few will survive for us.

    Overwhelm

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