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horizontal mambo

The act of sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of doing the horizontal mambo with someone.
See also: horizontal, mambo

mattress mambo

n. an act of copulation. (Contrived.) I get my exercise doing the mattress mambo.
See also: mambo, mattress
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Told by her professional dance partner Jonathan Roberts during training that the mambo was all about "hip-shaking and bum-wiggling", Mills replied: "Great, sounds like my cup of tea.
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The stately rhythms and deep-focus, static, often symmetrical and extended shots for which Hou has been celebrated are replaced in Mambo by the throbbing, spectral beat of rave music and a nervously roving, claustrophobic camera, which employs narrow depth of field and urban sfumato--a smoky blue nightclub stippled with spots of hot red, for instance--to capture a world he finds shallow, disconsolate.
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In a country where a million at the box office for an indigenous film is a rarity, four films, all by Quebec filmmakers, did more than $5 million in business (according to Playback's annual box-office survey): Charles Biname's Seraphin: Heart of Stone, Jean-Francois Pouliot's Seducing Doctor Lewis, Denys Arcand's The Barbarian Invasions and Emile Gaudreault's Mambo Italiano.
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