macarena


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n.1.a dance performed by dancers in a line, or several lines, consisting mainly of hand and arm movements; also, the name of the song to which the dance is usually performed. It became popular in 1996.
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Contract notice: Energy and water advisory service and integral maintenance of facilities in certain peripheral centers that do not have personnel from the Maintenance Area, attached to the Virgen del Roco and Virgen Macarena University Hospitals of the Sanitary Logistics Platform of Seville.
Macarena Valdes's skill in mapping underground mines made a real difference in the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners trapped after an explosion in October 2010.
The CaEo Cristales is in an isolated area but can be reached by flying into the nearby town of La Macarena and then from there it is a short trip into 'Serrania de la Macarena,' the national park in which CaEo Cristales is present.
Macarena (Maggie Civantos) is in total shock as she's now outside the prison walls.
Es en esta genealogia donde se inserta el libro Cartografia de la novela chilena reciente (2015), escrito y editado por Macarena Areco, y con la participacion de tres jovenes alumnos de la Universidad Catolica: Catalina Olea; Jorge Manzi y Marcial Huneeus.
According to Tatiana Bonilla, senior executive at Macarena Punch, maca is Peru's answer to Asia's highly nutritious ginseng root.
Masterclasses and tasting menus from the 'Star Women' will include Beatriz Sotelo at the Iberostar Grand Hotel Mencey in Tenerife and another visit from Macarena de Castro.
Opens Friday THE STARS Maribel Verdu, Macarena Garcia THE VERDICT Fans of Oscar-winner The Artist may well adore the beautifully shot and atmospheric Blancanieves (Spanish for Snow White).
Contrary to initial claims the singer had been caught sneaking out of Macarena Lemos' hotel suite, the South american model insists the pair simply had dinner, before sharing a chaste peck.
In early December 2009, a denunciation by British lawmakers, which slipped under the radar, claimed that a common grave had been found in the town of La Macarena, 200 km south of Bogota, containing the bodies of at least 2,000 victims of the paramilitaries.
One day, some of the volunteers taught the waiting kids to do the Macarena.