fandango : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a provocative Spanish courtship dance in triple time; performed by a man and a woman playing castanets
- TONY AND HUGH RODHAM, THE brothers of First Lady Hillary Clinton, prepared for this week with only the dimmest understanding of the Washington Inaugural fandango.
- By August, the dark horse had enough support to generate 2,587 votes at the Ames straw poll, a fund-raising fandango for the Iowa GOP at which candidates pay to have their .
- The general blurred impression given by the picture is like this: Mae Murraylarge mountains Mae Murraymidnight love trysts Mae Murraya weird fandango by somebody .
News & Articles
- WWE Worst of the Week: Stephanie, Vince and More
Are you ready for Payback? I hope so, because WWE sure wasn't. The company announced most matches for the pay-per-view just this past week. Somebody must have been too busy writing comedy skits for fake concussion man and his boss/father in law, and his boss/wife. It's too bad that none of them are actually going to be on the pay-per-view. Also this week, we find out Fandango is out of action ...
June 16, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Pepe Romero in South Bend Tribune (subscription)
It depicts small miniatures, each a picture of the rural life in Castile: things like dancing a fandango, or a peaceful afternoon by the lakeside, a party in a village, the dawn, a wedding, and so on,Pepe Romero says. "They're wonderful...
- Tim Schafer in Slashdot
They lost Tim Schafer, noted for "work on Day of The Tentacle, Full Throttle, and Grim Fandango" who's currently doing work on Psychonauts.
- Craig Revel Horwood in guardian.co.uk
Quite how cows, opera and ballroom dancing all came to be mixed up is a complex story, but as Revel Horwood explains: "It's a gift for a choreographer, because it's packed with big, Latin show tunes from the fandango to the samba with just a hint of...