Mojo

[Moeller] Mojo is a public artwork, by Christian Moeller. It is located at the Centre Street Lofts, 285 West 6th Street, at the corner of West 7th and Centre Streets, Los Angeles, California. ...
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Mojo

[board game] Mojo is a two-player, 3 in-a-row abstract strategy board game played with original and unique `thrice-sliced-dice`. The pieces, handmade to order in India, are colored with non-toxic vegetable dye. The individual opposite ends of the pieces are marked with pips and numbered similar to regular dice - i.e. they total 7. It takes ...
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Mojo

Cuban seasoning mix made of garlic, olive oil, and sour oranges such as Seville. Used as a dip, marinade, or sauce for vegetables and meats.
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mojo

[n] - a magic power or magic spell
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mojo

noun a magic power or magic spell
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Mojo

(from the article `Rock criticism`) ...rock-dance crossover, grunge, Britpop bands such as Oasis and Blur—but increasingly lost ground to the new music magazines such as Q, Mojo, and ...
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Mojo

Mojo is slang for a magic charm.
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Mojo

Mojo is slang for a magic charm.
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Mojo

[play] Mojo is a 1995 play (then subsequent 1997 feature film) written by English playwright Jez Butterworth that premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London, directed by Ian Rickson. It is a black comedy set in Soho, a fast-paced gangster plot that tells the story of this particular night club`s culture. Would-be rock `n` roll star `Sil...
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MoJo

[singer] Articles related to education in Middlesex County, New Jersey, including schools, education programs, school districts, colleges and universities. ...
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Mojo

[advertising] Mojo was an Australian advertising agency formed in Sydney by Alan Morris (`Mo`) and Allan Johnston (`Jo`) in 1979. Its lineage can today be directly traced to Publicis Mojo, an Australian subsidiary of the French multinational advertising and communications company holding Publicis Groupe. Johnston, initially from Adelaide an...
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Mojo

A classic Spanish sauce made with olives, tomato sauce and vinegar.
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mojo

Mobile journalists who use light and portable reporting and communications tools such as mobile camera phones, PDAs and notebook wireless computers to record, edit and transmit their work in text, audio, pictures and video while in the field, without using an office.
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Mojo

[The Simpsons] The result of the debate was delete. - Mailer Diablo 09:00, 26 January 2006 (UTC) ===Mobstar=== non notable, npov Melaen 23:38, 20 January 2006 (UTC) ...
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Mojo

[magazine] MOJO is a popular music magazine published initially by Emap, and since January 2008 by Bauer, monthly in the United Kingdom. Following the success of the magazine Q, publishers Emap were looking for a title that would cater for the burgeoning interest in classic rock music. MOJO was first published on 15 October 1993; in keeping...
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Mojo

[sauce] Mojo (ˈmoxo, from Portuguese molho ˈmoʎu, meaning `sauce`) is the name, or abbreviated name, of several types of sauces, varying in spiciness, consisting primarily of olive oil, salt, water, local pepper varieties (called pimienta in the Canary Islands), garlic, paprika (called pimentón in Spain), cumin or coriander and other sp...
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Mojo

[African-American culture] Mojo oʊ, in the African-American folk belief called hoodoo, is an amulet consisting of a flannel bag containing one or more magical items. It is a `prayer in a bag,` or a spell that can be carried with or on the host`s body. Alternative American names for the mojo bag include hand, mojo hand, conjure hand, lucky ...
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Mobile journalists who use light and portable reporting and communications tools such as mobile camera phones, PDAs and notebook wireless computers to record, edit and transmit their work in text, audio, pictures and video while in the field, without using an office.
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MOJO

MOJO, stylized as M.O.J.O., is an Android-based video game microconsole manufactured by Mad Catz. The system runs unmodified Android and connects directly to the Google Play online store. As such, it can play any game designed or previously purchased for Android instead of those specifically designed for the console. The console was released on De...
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Mojo

[UK record label] . Mojo was a British record label founded in 1971. The label provided UK releases for some of the best contemporary US soul and R&B recordings. == See also == ...
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