maracas


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maracas

[mərˈækəs] NPLmaracas fpl

maracas

plRassel f, → Maracá f
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After all, with those maracas, she's already got deux points.
Unfortunately, my maracas are migrating towards my knees so rapidly that they'd need a periscope and a speed camera to find my cleavage.
I was looked at by men much more when I had something under my blouse Well, being the proud owner of a pair of large maracas, I find it hard to understand why she wants to have her breasts leered at by men at petrol stations and get 'Don't get many of them to a pound' shouted at her by builders.
When the gourds are dry, the seeds rattle around inside like souvenir maracas from Olvera Street.
In addition, there are photos of Brian McKnight who sang For The Rest of My Life, the bride and groom wedding maracas given to all the guests, the photo charms she carried with her bouquet and more.
At one stage he handed out maracas and tambourines and invited the audience to join in.
One of the first acts will feature 18 friends from the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center who will play ``Beer Barrel Polka'' on kazoos, maracas and tambourines.
The Happy Mondays maracas maestro has had his beloved motor spruced up for the British version of hit MTV show Pimp My Ride.
The large wooden box contains everything your child needs to start a band, including a tambourine, triangle, cymbals and two maracas.
She then sent a link to the Rated X club website, which was a gallery of pictures of well-toned men in skimpy briefs, women with their maracas flying, and people in PVC with no dignity whatsoever.
Then, as now, players were tasked with shaking a pair of maracas in time with the beat of a variety of Latin-style tunes, much like an arcade dance mat game.