The Ibo rhythm belongs to the faster Haitian Merengue group of dancers. It is colorful, native in style and can be classified as Caribbean dancing. A pronounced movement of hips and turning of the head is typical.
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Member of a West African people occupying southeastern Nigeria and numbering about 18 million. Primarily subsistence farmers, they also trade and export palm oil and kernels, and make pottery,...
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International Board of Orthodontics
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Ibo: see Igbo.
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In Voodoo, Ibo is a handsome, friendly loa.
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The Ibo was a Portuguese gun boat of 403 tons displacement launched in 1921. The Ibo was powered by two cylindrical boilers providing a top speed of 13 knots and a range of 5120 km at 9 knots. She carried a complement of 67 and was armed with two 3 inch guns and two 47 mm guns.
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Member of a West African people occupying southeastern Nigeria and numbering about 18 million. Primarily subsistence farmers, they also trade and export palm oil and kernels, and make pottery, woodcarvings, and music. They are divided into five main groups, and their languages belong to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family. Traditionally la...
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Integrated Borough Operations
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