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- mamita dance is a dance of tripura, india. it is performed at the mamita festival, the harvest festival of the tripuri people. 'mamita'. tripura.org
- calls mamita, and especially her granddaughter, the precocious, carefree gilberte or 'gigi'. gaston's uncle honoré was involved romantically with mamita, although
- maternal family name is carcelén. walter richard calderón carcelén, nicknamed mamita (born october 17, 1977 in ambuquí, imbabura) is an ecuadorian football player
- in fear in the presence of mamita (pilita corrales) whenever they are caught wreaking havoc in the place. however, mamita also has an enemy of her own:
- invitation to the dance: 'señores que pachanga, me voy con la pachanga. ay mamita que'pachanga, me voy con la pachanga.' genie pace, capitol records, 1961
- lofty expectations of him, particularly by his over domineering granny, mamita. and to prove his worth, he ends up taking over a rundown old coffee shop
- communists were then allied. as an author he is best known for his novels mamita yunai (1940), which denounced the harsh condition endured by workers for
- (puerto limón, muramonos federico, te accordás hermano), carlos luis fallas (mamita yunai), león pacheco (los pantanos del infierno), and josé marín cañas (el