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Look up tango in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Tango represents the letter T in the NATO phonetic alphabet Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ... FAA radiotelephony phonetic alphabet and Morse code chart. ...


Tango may also refer to:


Tango in dance

  • Tango (dance), a social dance form originating from Argentina and Uruguay
  • Argentine Tango, a dance form born of neighborhoods of Buenos Aires towards the end of the 19th century
  • Finnish tango, an established variation of the Argentine tango
  • Uruguayan tango a dance form born of neighborhoods of Montevideo towards the end of the 19th century

Tango in film A couple dances Argentine Tango. ... Argentine Tango is a social dance and a musical genre that originated in Argentina and Uruguay. ... Finnish tango is an established variation of the Argentine tango and one of the most enduring and popular music forms in Finland. ... The form of dance that originated in the neighborhoods of Montevideo, Uruguay towards the end of the 1800s. ...

  • Tango (1933 film), by Danish director George Schnéevoigt (1893-1961)
  • Tango (1980 film), by Polish director Zbigniew Rybczyński (b. 1949)
  • Tango (1993 film), by French director Patrice Leconte (b. 1947)
  • Tango (1998 film), by Spanish director Carlos Saura (b. 1932)

Tango in music George Schnéevoigt (December 23, 1893 – February 6, 1961 ), was a Danish film director, cinematographer, and actor of the 1930s and early 1940s. ... Zbigniew Rybczyński is a filmmaker who has won numerous prestigious industry awards internationally. ... Patrice Leconte (born November 12, 1947, in Paris, France) is a French film director and screenwriter. ... Tango, whose full title is Tango, no me dejes nunca, is a 1998 film written and directed by Carlos Saura. ...

  • Tango music
  • Tangos, a flamenco musical form
  • Tango (Julio Iglesias album), an album released in 1996 by Spanish latin-singer Julio Iglesias
  • Tango (Patty Larkin album), an album released in 1991 by American folk-singer Patty Larkin
  • “Tango”, a song on the 2006 album, Public Warning by British grime-singer Lady Sovereign

Tango in entertainment Tango music is traditionally played by an orquesta típica, a sextet which includes two violins, piano, doublebass, and two bandoneons. ... Tangos is a flamenco canté closely related in form and feeling to the Rumba. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... Patty Larkin is a Boston-based singer-songwriter. ... Public Warning is the title of the debut album from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign. ...

Tango as a state of being. Sławomir Mrożek, Warsaw (Poland), 20. ... And Tango Makes Three cover And Tango Makes Three (Simon & Schuster Childrens Publishing, April 26 2005 ISBN 0-689-87845-1) is a childrens book, based on the true story of Roy and Silo, two penguins from a New York zoo who are a couple. ... Tango TV - is a Lithuanian terrestrial, satellite and cable television channel owned by Nordic television company, Viasat. ... Tango TV (sometimes branded as T.TV) is a Luxembourgish terrestrial, satellite, cable, Internet and mobile television station, it started in November 2004 as a competitor to the de-facto national broadcaster RTL. It is a subsidiary of the Swedish telecommunications company Tele2 which owns the second-biggest mobile phone...

  • Tango means "both cheesy and, with a mean streak to you", i.e. Chuck Norris is Tango.
  • Joan Jett is also tango.
  • Handing out your business card and saying "Shall we dance?" is very, very tango.

People with the name Tango

  • Tango (rapper), aka Patrick S. Hunter (b. 1980), American rap singer
  • Tango, aka Tanguito (1945-1972), Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Tango man, aka Paul Gregory, British fan and supporter of the Sheffield Wednesday Football Club

Companies and products with name Tango Tango or Tanguito (real name: José Alberto Iglesias) was an Argentine rock composer and singer. ... Sheffield Wednesday Football Club are a football club in the English Football League, based in Sheffield, UK. Sheffield Wednesday won the play-offs of Football League One on 29 May 2005 to win promotion to the Football League Championship. ...

  • Tango (Commuter Cars), an electric vehicle manufactured in Spokane, Washington, USA
  • Tango (drink), a soft drink manufactured in the United Kingdom
  • Tango (football), a type of football designed by Adidas
  • Tango (mobile operator), a mobile telephone operator
  • Tango (tax software), a tax software application from H&R Block
  • Tango Desktop Project, a project to create a consistent user interface for software GUI
  • Tango (motorcycle), a self-balancing motorcycle with side-by-side wheels

Other The Tango is only 85 (~257 cm) long. ... Tango flavours Tango is a carbonated soft drink sold primarily in the United Kingdom. ... Azteca of 1986, similar to the Tango Tango by Adidas was the official match ball of 1978 FIFA World Cup in Argentina. ... Tango is a new tax software product from H&R Block. ... The Tango Desktop Project is a project which aims to create a consistent user experience for free and Open Source software with graphical user interfaces. ...

  • Tango (Double Fifth), aka Duanwu (端午), the fifth day of the fifth month in East Asian lunisolar calendars.
  • Tango no Sekku, aka Kodomo no hi, aka Children's Day, a Japanese national holiday on the fifth day of the fifth month of each year
  • Tango Province, Japan, an old province in today's northern Kyoto Prefecture
  • Tango 01, the call sign of the Boeing 757 presidential aircraft in Argentinas Agrupación Aérea Presidencial
  • Tango class submarine is the NATO code name for the Russian Project 641B Som submarine class.

  Results from FactBites:
 
Tango (dance) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2479 words)
Tango declined again in the 1950s with economic depression and as the military dictatorships banned public gatherings, followed by the popularity of Rock and Roll.
A striking difference between Argentine tango and ballroom tango is that the follower remains upright on her axis, or may even lean toward the leader (and in a close embrace dances "chest-to-chest" with the leader).
In ballroom tango the feet move before the whole body weight is moved, quite in contrast to argentine tango, where the body center starts to move and is then supported by the movement of the feet.
A History of Argentine Tango (2357 words)
Tango took many years to spread to these boarding houses because their inhabitants were in general, decent people that did not want their families to be exposed to that sinful music and dance.
Tango was born in the periphery of the city, bars, cafes, brothels; from there it moved inside the city to Dancing Houses.
Tango was still a pariah, the bastard son of pimps and women of ill reputation, dressed like a poor compadrito.
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