Palo

Congolese (Bantu) religion as practiced in Cuba.
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Palo

Pa'lo noun [ Spanish See Pale a stake.] A pole or timber of any kind; -- in the names of trees. [ Spanish Amer.]
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Palo

• (n.) A pole or timber of any kind; -- in the names of trees.
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PALO

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] The Port Amenities Liaison Officer (RN)
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PALO

PALO (PA-RISC bootLOader) is the bootloader used by the HPPA port of the Linux operating system. ...
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Palo

[OLAP database] Palo is a memory resident multidimensional (online analytical processing (OLAP) or multidimensional online analytical processing (MOLAP)) database server and typically used as a business intelligence tool for controlling and budgeting purposes with spreadsheet software acting as the user interface. Beyond the multidimensiona...
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Palo

[flamenco] A palo (ˈpalo) or cante is the name traditionally given in the flamenco environment for the different musical forms that constitute the traditional musical heritage of flamenco. Each palo is characterized by a variety of musical features such as its rhythmic pattern, its mode, its characteristic motifs, or the type of stanza use...
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Palo

[religion] Palo, or Las Reglas de Congo are a group of closely related religions or denominations which developed in the Spanish colonies of the Caribbean among Central African slaves of mostly Kongo ancestry. Other names associated with various branches of this religion include Mayombe, Briyumba and Kimbisa. The word `palo` (`stick` in Spa...
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Palo

See Raya and sherry (at Palo Cortado there).
Found on http://www.wein-plus.eu/en/Palo_3.0.11180.html
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