maracas


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maracas

[mərˈækəs] NPLmaracas fpl

maracas

plRassel f, → Maracá f
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Vestido de negro, sonriente, sudoroso, con espejuelos y maracas en las manos, el cantante agradecio la presencia de sus amigos en el recuento de sus exitos, que para muchos significo un ludico recorrido de su elemental filosofia.
Comedy will come from Carmen Meander And Her Maracas Player, Mad Professor Crump and the Coventry Community Circus.
Daytime TV's dynamic duo are forming a band with Richard on lead vocals and guitar...and Judy on maracas.
This has become necessary to facilitate the erection of a Bailey Bridge to maintain access to and from Maracas Bay and environs in response to the Landslip that has occurred.
LORRAINE Kelly shook her maracas last night when she appeared on Jonathan Ross's show.
The series begins with the I,P Puerto Rican Flag Maracas, designed to propel the authentic salsa rhythms.
The comedy comes in the form of Carmen Meander and her maracas player, Mad Professor Crump, and the Coventry Community Circus.
While he's spun many a disc in his life, Ken's only personal foray into the charts was when he played the maracas on the 1981 single (Do) The Hucklebuck by Coast To Coast.
Gonzalez is also featured on bass on one track and on maracas on several others.
THE FLYER AND MARACAS GENTLEMAN: For years in the Bay Area, Guillermo Belallaba has passed our flyers.
Vanadium producing company Largo Resources has initiated a C$30-million equity placement to help pay for operating capital needs as its flagship Maracas Menchen mine, in Brazil, which was ramping up to Phase I's boilerplate capacity of 9 600 t/y.