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  • n. Plural form of tango.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tango.


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  • Lydia, oh yes, mango salsa on fish tangoes is just wonderful.

    Recipes for Mango and Feta Salad & Pan-Fried Scallops with Mango Salsa (Μάνγκο και Φέτα Σαλάτα & Χτένια με Μάνγκο Σάλτσα)

  • Beginning with the cha cha, and moving through the Viennese waltz, foxtrot, rumba, swing, the lindy, and tangoes, this non-stop sexy revue dazzles for its pace, 4-piece band (although some of the music is recorded), and vocalists.

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  • Tabarin were still fiddling mad tangoes in a competition of shrieking melody and where troops of painted ladies in the Folies Bergères still paraded in the promenoir with languorous eyes, through wafts of sickly scent.

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  • Steyn also posited this: what happens when the tangoes weaponize rectal suppositories?

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  • Argentina's new Evita Peron tangoes her way to power - Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner


  • Cryptic's angle on Star Trek, for those of you with honorary PhDs in Cultural Trekology, takes place in the year 2409, which according to the official site, occurs during the "prime" timeline after Spock tangoes with the singularity in the recent film.

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  • Will Boxer be sending constituents a letter on Joe’s “fabulous” record with seniors, while he talks about privatizing social security and tangoes with Big Pharma and all that . . .

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  • Flutist Alison Hale and Guitarist Stephen Procter play tangoes by Piazzolla, Castelnuovo-Tedesco's Sonatina and classical period works by Giuliani and Molino.


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