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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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Whether you're a regular at Mambo's Italiano or Mambo Wine & Dine inSouth Shieldsor Mambo's II in Hebburn, you'll know it's a very popular place with people of all ages in the region.
Jorden Jones, 24, Steven Crawford, 26, and Michael Joyce, 27, were all given suspended sentences by a judge after being involved in a melee at Mambo's bar in the Printworks.
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Lichfield District Council has launched a new Mini Mambos session on Mondays at 1pm until 2pm at the venue, near Lichfield, with the fun kicking off on Monday.
Back in the '50s, when it seemed half the pop tunes on the radio had "cha-cha-cha" in the chores, choreographers knew Latin dancing was de rigueur in shows--a conga in Wonderful Town, a cha-cha for Bells Are Ringing, a mambo for Damn Yankees.
The Mini Mambo scheme is being launched for under-fives with a free event at St Chad's Village Hall at Hopwas, near Tamworth, at 1.30pm on November 1.