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Nearly all of his acclaimed works are steeped in the tango of his native land.
When attacking the stack with her horns she flings her tail in the air and prances as if she were trying a new tango step.
Pwirting mubayli si Pidru ug tanggu, Peter dances the tango very well.
For no reason whatsoever I was conscious of an instinctive antagonism and yet I obeyed her suggestion and began a tango.
Hearing this, Tango-tango began to sob bitterly, and at last rose up from her place with the child and took flight to the sky.
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While he was strutting his proudest through the tango, he was stammering the humblest apologies.
He had cherished a mad fancy for inviting everybody to dinner, the theater, and a tango supper.
Forbes resented the unintended criticism on the wonderful soul the tango mania had enabled him to meet and know so well so soon.
The tango and the turkey-trot had spread overseas, and royalties trod on Persis' toes as they bungled the steps like yokels.
The unabated plague of the tango explained their presence at all sorts of hours at all sorts of places.

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