conga : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n music composed for dancing the conga
- n a Latin American dance of 3 steps and a kick by people in single file
- v dance the conga
News & Articles
- 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 ...
June 12, 2013 - ThomasNet
- 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.
June 12, 2013 - The Columbian
- Peru Minister Says Minas Conga Continuing as Planned
Peru Minister Says Minas Conga Continuing as Planned
June 10, 2013 - Nasdaq
- Niall Quinn in Football365.com
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."
- Susan Kramer in Your Local Guardian
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...
- Jim Anderton in Stuff.co.nz
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.