mambo


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mambo

1. a modern Latin American dance, resembling the rumba, derived from the ritual dance of voodoo
2. a voodoo priestess

Mambo

A popular open source content management system (CMS) that is used to create and manage websites. Written in PHP and using the MySQL database, Mambo was released in 2001 by Peter Lamont of Miro Construct Pty Ltd., Melbourne, Australia. In 2005, it was turned over to the Mambo Foundation (www.mambo-foundation.org). See Joomla! and content management system.
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From the minute you walk through its doors, Mambo Wine & Dine has the wow factor.
The affable pair - who have worked pretty much every job behind the scenes in Mambo, learning their trade over the last two decades just as their parents did before them.
Cardiff council highlighted estimates the new facility would create 16 new full-time jobs and 10 extra part-time posts as reasons for giving the plans the green light - and Mambo had said in the application that because of its Cardiff roots it had a policy of recruiting locally.
On the terrace of Cafe Mambo overlooking San Antonio Bay, Alan said: "We know how lucky we are but we'd never take any of this for granted.
To gain competitive advantage and bypass unnecessary blunder, Mambo Pizza has consulted with Francorp Middle East, the leading franchise consultancy in the region to develop a solid franchise system in the highest international standard and practice.
Now they own a string of bars and restaurants – but it's Cafe Mambo that has been a truly iconic spot for 20 years now, and the one that made their name.
Mambo is one of the latest Welsh businesses to benefit from the Welsh Government Graduate Support Scheme (GSS).
En el libro mencionado se recogen algunas opiniones sobre la personalidad del Rey del Mambo.
CafA Mambo is a bar in Ibiza most famous for being the official pre-party venue for Pacha Ibiza - hosting world famous DJs such as Carl Cox and David Guetta.
NEW YORK CITY -- Oscar Hijuelos, the Cuban-American author best known for his Pulitzer-prize winning novel "The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love," died in New York age 62, US media reported Sunday.
Sultry Karen Hauer, 30, who has worked with singer Jennifer Lopez and is a former World Mambo Champion, is the only new professional dancer joining the dance contest.
Their latest works include the stand-out hit of 2010's programme, George Cspedes' Mambo 3XX1 featuring an electronic mambo soundtrack by progressive Cuban electro group Nacional Electrnica.