Manteca

(Mexican) Lard
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Manteca

(Spanish) lard
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Manteca

Manteca is the Spanish word for lard, and can also refer to: ...
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Manteca

[band] Their repertoire consisted of pieces composed by keyboardist Aaron Davis and Rick Tait. In addition to having horn sections and Latin and African percussion, they included synthesisers, creating music in a "pan-fusion" style, essentially jazz improvisation drawing from salsa, samba, funk and tribal influences. The band began playing
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Manteca

Manteca (măntē'ku) , city (1990 pop. 40,773), San Joaquin co., central Calif.; founded 1870, inc. 1918. There is diverse agriculture, including grapes, sugar beets, fruits, nuts, vegetables, and nursery products. Industries include food processing and light manufacturing. A large arm...
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Manteca

[song] "Manteca" is one of the earliest foundational tunes of Afro-Cuban jazz. Co-written by Dizzy Gillespie, Chano Pozo and Gil Fuller in 1947, it is among the most famous of Gillespie`s recordings (along with the earlier "Another Night in Tunisia") and is "one of the most important records ever made in the United States", according to Gar
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