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wango

/wang'goh/ Random bit-level grovelling going on in a system during some unspecified operation. Often used in combination with mumble. For example: "You start with the ".o" file, run it through this postprocessor that does mumble-wango - and it comes out a snazzy object-oriented executable."
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KIIS-FM's annual Wango Tango concert is a daylong event celebrating the Top 40 station's most popular artists and genres.
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Meanwhile, reports reaching here said heavy torrential rains had created hardships in areas located along Khuzdar-Shahdadkot road including Karkh, Wango and others.
Joshua Wango Aman, commissioner of Maban County also in an interview told Sudan Tribune that 8 soldiers on the side of the SAF are reported to have been killed and six others sustained severe injuries.
Wango ran very well for a 50/1 shot at Punchestown last week and can repeat that form in the second.
Recorded in Paris, the 23 tracks on African Soul Revolutionary (Nascente Records) are taken from his albums, Wango, Taara and Jombaajo.
The pair had agreed to have a one-to-one "straightener" at Wango Lane Bridge, but both took friends along.
CUTLINE: Ludacris, performing earlier in May at the Wango Tango concert.
For the third year in a row, Joico rocked the 2006 Wango Tango concert.
A Quartz Hill High School graduate, Hagaman entered the drawing at a Wango Tango concert in Anaheim, answering questions on an electronic keypad in a survey intended to inform people about community colleges and their financial aid programs.
Christina was joined by co-singers Pink and Mya at the Wango Tango festival at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles for a storming rendition of the Labelle hit.