(1) Gamins, snappy in pinstripe suits and cross-culture printed silk, dress up for the evening like gypsies in a dizzy fandango of swirling, hand-painted silk ruffled skirts.(2) We have pre-published books, ready to walk, talk and do the fandango several months before they actually hit the bookstores.(3) We gazed at the sunset, a flame-grilled tropical sky, and watched the lights on the yachts glow, while somewhere behind us touring buskers were firing off a fandango of skirling tunes.(4) Jeanette MacDonald and Archie Leach, a chores boy who will soon be known as Cary Grant, dance a fandango in Boom Boom.(5) Think of castanets, foot stamping, tambourines and bright silk costumes and you have a picture of the fandango , a sexually provocative, very popular, Spanish dance.(6) After two decades of surefooted dealmaking, he closed out his tenure with a bizarre fandango of wrongheaded acquisitions and strategic U-turns that devastated Tyco's share price even before his first indictment.(7) the Washington inaugural fandango(8) As Beryl remarked afterwards, if only she'd had her castanets with her she'd have been rattling away and dancing a fandango .(9) the Washington inaugural fandango(10) Other folk dances include the yuca, the sarambo, the zapateo, and the fandango .(11) The centre also has all the high-tech fandango - video analysis, man v ball machine - although, frankly, this is a place where the spa treatments are as important as the tennis itself.(12) In a devised piece of theatre, dance and mime, The Shysters' cast of eight actors with learning disabilities present a love story set in the key of a fateful fandango .