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bombo

(ˈbɒməʊ)
n
a cheap or inferior wine
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Chichester Erskine, author of a tragedy entitled 'The Patriot Martyrs,' dedicated with enthusiastic devotion to the Spirit of Liberty and half a dozen famous upholders of that principle, and denouncing in forcible language the tyranny of the late Tsar of Russia, Bomba of Naples, and Napoleon the Third?
Exhibitors include Bomba Energy, a range of four mineral water-based drinks containing caffeine, taurine, guarana and vitamins, which is aimed at consumers between 16 and 35 years old.
El extrudor engranado puede tambien ser usado como bomba al frente del extrudor para aumentar la estabilidad de la extrusion.
I would also like to welcome Doug Wilburne as NIRI's new chairman, along with new board members John Chevalier, Ruth Cotter, Jane Okun Bomba and Bill Walkowiak.
Music fans were able to enjoy Bomba Estereo and interact with the band live through Periscope interviews and Twitter since the moment they arrived in Las Vegas.
At one time, young Puerto Ricans growing up in New York City would play the Cuban conga drums; now in the parks and casitas, they are playing the Puerto Rican barriles and panderetas of bomba and plena respectively, thanks in large part to people like Juan Gutierrez.
Bomba was Liverpool's only A string winner but there were second places for Adam Peers in the 3,000m steeplechase (9:21.
If you're looking for an after party following the Notting Hill Carnival on Bank Holiday Sunday, why not catch the launch night for La Bomba Reggaeton Explosion?
the group's 10th album, Nunez and his sextet update classics that pay homage to such great plena and bomba masters as Angel Torruellas (``Olvidalo''), Cesar Concepcion (``Que Buena Son las Mujeres'') and Rafael Cortijo (``Tributo a Rafael Cortijo y Su Combo'').
The steps, styles, and rhythms are rooted in African-Cuban rumba and mambo (here's the history connection: Mambo steps out on the "2"), Puerto Rican bomba and son, and Dominican merengue, which got stirred together on city sidewalks and clubs by the free-styling jazz dancers and musicians.
To celebrate the birthday promoters have lined up a special appearance from rapidly becoming regular guest DJ Bomba - aka Andrew Galea.
This influence is perhaps most evident in the musical pulse of Puerto Rico, which includes the rhythms of Salsa and Merengue; the percussion-based Bomba and Plane; and the Danza classical waltz that originated on the island.