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Use "dance-hall" in a sentence
"Radio City owner Reg Calvert was a streetwise dance-hall impresario who used the airwaves to promote his stable of aspiring rock and pop stars, including Screaming Lord Sutch, who became Radio City's star DJ."
"But American audiences familiar only with the dance-hall delivery, slide guitar and general political dissatisfaction of single One Way Road may find Butler's percussive eclecticism invigorating."
"But when he speaks of this, Gustavo talks about how he learned of all these "revolutionary" moves by watching old-style tangueros in the milongas (dance-hall parties) and boliches (little neighborhood clubs) of Buenos Aires."