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The second part consisted of me lying on the floor while my doula used a rebozo, a special woven cloth, to “close my bones.”The Problem With Celebrating the Selflessness of Mothers|Anna Malaika Tubbs|May 7, 2021|Time
She made the design as a comment on the comforting nature of wrapping oneself in a rebozo.
Photographs by Lourdes Almeida explore the meaning of the style in which a rebozo is worn.
Made from Japanese paper and thread, her rebozo is a critique of the condition of the planet and human behavior, the artist said.
In some states, a rebozo is given instead of a wedding ring.
Give the man credit for coming up with a con that would make Bebe Rebozo blush.
The rebozo is a long broad scarf, generally blue, worn by every woman over her head, instead of hat or bonnet.Mexico|Susan Hale
Although this woman was tapada—that is to say, her features were completely hidden by a rebozo—the count recognised her at once.The Indian Chief|Gustave Aimard
But as Mendoza glanced down at her she placed the rebozo over one arm as if she expected to rise.Children of the Desert|Louis Dodge
They carry the baby on the back, wound in the rebozo, with its bare legs straddling her and sticking out.In Indian Mexico (1908)|Frederick Starr
In a few minutes the woman returned, and, drawing a small flask out of the folds of her rebozo, handed it to Chane.The Rifle Rangers|Captain Mayne Reid