conga conga  /ˈkɔŋ ɡə/


  1. (n) music composed for dancing the conga
  2. (n) a Latin American dance of 3 steps and a kick by people in single file
  3. (v) dance the conga


  1. Jazzy Lamb plays with kids

    Camas — Portland jazz saxophonist Patrick Lamb visited Grass Valley Elementary School in May for a performance, trading solos with young musicians before leading them in a "Pied Piper" conga line through the auditorium.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Columbian

  2. congatec Presents Its Fastest COM Express Module Based on 4th Generation Intel® CoreT ...

    conga-TS87 COM Express Type 6 basic module: Unprecedented vector processing, floating point and graphics performance with no increase in power draw San Diego, California – congatec, Inc., a leading manufacturer of embedded computer modules, announces the availability of the conga-TS87, a Type 6 COM Express module featuring 4th Generation Intel® CoreT processors. The COM Express module ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

  3. Peru Minister Says Minas Conga Continuing as Planned

    Peru Minister Says Minas Conga Continuing as Planned
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

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  1. Asked to name his worst moment, Quinn said: "I would have have to say after the Newcastle result away. To see their chairman come into the boardroom at St James' Park doing the conga, that was hard to take."
    on Jun 5, 2008 By: Niall Quinn Source:

  2. Mrs Kramer said: "We are having an absolutely brilliant time. It's been a wonderful colourful protest. It's been entirely peaceful. There's been a conga line, a group playing Edwardian music, another group playing alternative music, there have been...
    on Jan 12, 2009 By: Susan Kramer Source: Your Local Guardian

  3. "The asset sales of the eighties and nineties were mostly a disaster for New Zealand and the conga line of apologists for asset sales should now be apologising for getting so much so wrong," Mr Anderton said.
    on May 4, 2008 By: Jim Anderton Source:

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