Definitions for "Mojo"
Keywords:  charm, magic, bike, spell, mumbo
Mumbo-jumbo (mumbled and jumbled) - A spoken spell.
Mojo originated as a term with a specific meaning, but in the late 20th century became a very fluid term with many different meanings. It originated as a reference to a type of magic charm. The word traces its origins to Africa and entered the English language in the late 19th century or early 20th century through use by African Americans. It reflects the belief, common in many cultures, that some people have the ability to influence others to their own advantage, by casting spells or hexes.
A magical spell or item. Someone could put some bad mojo on you or you could carry a mojo hand to ward off these evil intents.
Keywords:  cuban, sour, garlic, olive, orange
Cuban seasoning mix made of garlic, olive oil, and sour oranges (usually Seville oranges). It is used as a dip, marinade, or sauce for vegetables and meats. Back to the top
a Latin sauce similar to a salsa, mojos generally consist of vinegar or acid (citrus), olive oil, herbs and spices. They come in a myriad of forms and flavors. The traditional Cuban mojo is made with sour orange, olive oil, garlic, cumin and oregano.
Mojo (pronounced 'mO-"hO) is the name, or abbreviated name, of several types of hot sauce that originated in the Canary Islands. It is predominantly either a red (most common), green or orange sauce.
Keywords:  burgeoning, emap, lennon, dylan, cater
Mojo is a popular music magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom. Following the success of the magazine Q, publishers EMAP were looking for a title which would cater for the burgeoning interest in classic rock music. Mojo was first published on the 15th October 1993 and in keeping with its aesthetic had Bob Dylan and John Lennon as its first cover stars.
Mojo is a Marvel Comics supervillain, an enemy of the X-Men, primarily Longshot. Created by writer Ann Nocenti and artist Art Adams, he first appeared in Longshot #3 (November 1985).
Keywords:  maven, plugin
a Maven plugin
Mojo refers to Mobile http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journalist Journalists that is, staff or freelance reporters who write their stories from their communities thanks to technical tools such as digital cameras and camcorders, laptop PCs with broadband wireless connection. Stories are posted either on the newspapers' websites or included in the print editions. Mojos typically don't have office space at the newsroom.
Keywords:  ecs, java, oriented, message, objects
Message Oriented Java Objects (ECS)
Keywords:  symbol, visible, desire
a visible symbol of desire