tango

an Argentinian couple dance in duple meter characterized by strong syncopation and dotted rhythms.
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Tango

The tango (possibly {etymology|Latin|tangere|touch}) is a partner dance that originated in the 1890s along the Río de la Plata, the natural border between Uruguay and Argentina, and soon spread to the rest of the world. Early tango was known as tango criollo (Creole tango). Today, there are many forms of tango extant. Popularly and among tango da...
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TANGO

The TANGO control system is a free open source device-oriented controls toolkit for controlling any kind of hardware or software and building SCADA systems. It is used for controlling synchrotrons, lasers, physics experiments in over 20 sites. It is being actively developed by a consortium of research institutes. TANGO is a distributed control sys...
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tango

[n] - music written in duple time for dancing the tango 2. [n] - a ballroom dance of Latin-American origin 3. [v] - dance a tango
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Tango

• (n.) Any of various popular forms derived from this. • (n.) A difficult dance in two-four time characterized by graceful posturing, frequent pointing positions, and a great variety of steps, including the cross step and turning steps. The dance is of Spanish origin, and is believed to have been in its original form a part of the fandang...
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tango

noun a ballroom dance of Latin-American origin
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Tango

(International) An International Ballroom dance that branched away from its original Argentine roots by allowing European, American, Hollywood, and competitive influences into the style and execution of the dance. Dance partners hold the classic dance position, with top line held away and legs and hips held close, unlike Argentine tango, in ...
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Tango

[application] Tango is a third-party, cross platform messaging application software for smartphones developed by TangoME, Inc. in 2009. The app is popular for offering video calls over 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi networks. Tango has more than 200 million registered users as at March 2014 and, among Android devices, it is the 12th most downloaded app. ...
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Tango

[boat] The Tangos, also known as Armoured Troop Carriers (ATC), were LCM-6 landing crafts modified for riverine patrol missions. They were used by the Mobile Riverine Force of the United States Army in the Vietnam War. The troops of the 9th Infantry Division used them more than other groups in the earlier parts of the war, but as they prove...
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Tango

[drink] Tango is a soft drink primarily sold in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Sweden, Norway and Hungary, first launched by Corona in 1950. Corona were bought by the Beecham Group in 1958, and Corona Soft Drinks were bought by Britvic in 1987. In Scandinavia the drink is distributed by SMX Drinks AB. Originally, Tango was the name of the ora...
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Tango

[flamenco] In flamenco a tango (ˈtaŋɡo) is one of the flamenco palos closely related in form and feeling to the Flamenco Rumba. It is often performed as a finale to a flamenco tiento. Its compas and llamada are the same as that of the Farruca and share the Farruca`s lively nature. However, the tango is normally performed in the A Phrygia...
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Tango

[Martins] Tango is a ballet made by New York City Ballet balletmaster Peter Martins to Stravinsky`s Tango for Piano Forte (1940) arranged 1953 by the composer. The premiere took place September 14, 1983 at Tivoli Concert Hall, Copenhagen; the NYCB premiere was in February, 1984. == Original cast == ==Reviews== ==External links == ...
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Tango

[mythology] In Cook Islands mythology, Tango (Support) was the third child of the primordial mother goddess, Varima-te-takere. He was assigned to live at Enua-kura (The land of red parrot feathers). According to Mamae, Gill`s informant, Tango was the progenitor of a skilled fishing family. That the six grandsons of Tango were good workers i...
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Tango

[ride] Tango is an amusement ride design produced by the Dutch company KMG introduced in 2002. Most carnivals require riders to be 54 inches (137 cm). == Operation and Design == The Tango is an attraction of 23 metres high, that revolves around 3 different axes and offers place to 24 persons, 8 on each axes with 4 on each two sides of the a...
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Tango

[Stravinsky] Tango is a 1940 piece originally composed for piano by Russian composer Igor Stravinsky. Due to its simplicity, it is one of Stravinsky`s most recorded works for piano. == Composition == After settling in Hollywood, Stravinsky was unable to bring the money he earned from his royalties of his works in Europe to America, due to c...
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Tango

[tax software] Tango is a tax software product from H&R Block for tax preparation and federal and state e-filing (IRS e-file in the U.S.). Tango, launched in February 2007, is a Flash-based application and allows users to store their private data either on H&R Block`s servers or on their own computers. It includes 24/7 support and audit pro...
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Tango

[telecom] Tango Services SA, a luxembourgian subsidiary of the Belgian telco Belgacom Group, provides fixed and mobile voice services and DSL services in Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. As the second mobile operator in Luxembourg, the company markets its mobile offers under the `Tango` brand. Launched in 1998, Tango was the first company to o...
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Tango

[tram] == Cities of operation == The Tango is a light rail vehicle and tram made by Stadler Rail. It is currently available in high-floor and 70% low floor. It is in use in Bochum, Basel and Lyon. In Lyon, the Tango tram is serving the express line Rhônexpress linking downtown with Saint Exupéry Airport, and its TGV train station, opened ...
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Tango

Tan'go noun ; plural Tangos . [ Spanish , a certain dance.] (a) A difficult dance in two-four time characterized by graceful posturing, frequent pointing positions, and a great variety of steps, including the cross step and turning steps. The dance is of Spanish origin, and is believed to h...
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Tango

1. A word possibly of Bantu origin, like the term 'tumba', frequently used by the Spanish with the activities of black peoples. 2. Music and dance genre most popularised by Argentines. 3. Used interchangably with the word 'habanera' to describe the rhythm which emanated from Havana.
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Tango

A social dance in 2/4 time, which after originating in Spain, developed in Argentina, where it was influenced by black dance style and rhythm. See also History of Tango and Argentine Tango History.
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tango

ballroom dance, musical style, and song. The tango evolved about 1880 in dance halls and perhaps brothels in the lower-class districts of Buenos ... [6 related articles]
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Tango

Continental/English There are essentially three types of Tango - Argentine, American and International Style. Argentine Tango: (arrabalero) A dance created by the Gauchos in Buenos Aires. It was actually an attempt on their part to imitate the Spanish dance except that they danced it in a closed ballroom position. The Tango caused a sensation and ...
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tango

Dance for couples, the music for which was developed in Argentina during the early 20th century. The dance consists of two long steps followed by two short steps then one long step, using stylized body positions. The music is in moderately slow duple time (2/4) and employs syncopated rhythms. Similar to the habanera, from which it evolved, the ...
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tango

probably from Ibibio tamgu
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