Definitions for "Bolero"
Keywords:  ballad, cuban, guitar, cuba, romantic
A Spanish dance, or the lively music which accompanies it.
A dance and vocal genre that originated in Santiago de Cuba in the last third of the 1800s. The slowest of the Cuban dance rhythms, the bolero developed into Latin America's most popular romantic song style in the 1900s.
A balladic dance rhythm. The four beat pattern is accented on 2,3+,4,4+ with the congas. Member of the son rhythm group. Considered slow–tempo at about 80–110 bpm. This style is commonly described as "Rhumba" (rumba with an "h") in ballroom dancing. Also used to describe a cut of jacket (have they no shame?).
A kind of small outer jacket, with or without sleeves, worn by women.
A short,waist-high jacket with long sleeves.
a loose waist-length jacket open at the front. Dresses in the 1950's had bolero jackets that opened in the front or back.
Optimara variety belonging to the Little Dancer series. Compact African Violet (3-inch pot size) with single, pink flowers and medium green leaves. Introduced 1999. More information.
Bolero was a 1984 film starring Bo Derek, and written and directed by her husband John Derek. The film centers on Bo Derek's sexual awakening and her journey around the world to pursue an ideal first lover who will take her virginity.
Bolero is a 1934 film starring George Raft and Carole Lombard. The movie was a rare chance for Raft to star and to play a dancer, which had been his profession in New York City, rather than a gangster.
Keywords:  dcom, javabeans, rad, seamless, corba
Bolero is Software AG's application server, based on the Java platform, that provides E-Business application development and deployment capabilities. It enables integration with other applications through DCOM, COM, JavaBeans and CORBA. Bolero also enables business-oriented programming and RAD using Design Patterns. It includes a number of tools for building GUI's and reporting and provides seamless Java integration.
Keywords:  dressage, sire, influential, horse
Bolero (1975-1986) was a dressage horse and an influential sire.
Build-up of U. S. forces and supplies in United Kingdom for cross-Channel attack.
Build-up of United States forces and supplies in United Kingdom for cross-Channel attack
Operational code name for the build up of US forces in Britain prior to the invasion of France
Keywords:  versatile, clothing, piece
a versatile piece of clothing