Sombrero


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Sombrero

 

a wide-brimmed Spanish hat. Sombreros, which are made of straw, bast, or palm leaves, are common in Latin-American countries, particularly Mexico.

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La modelo acudio a una comida con amigas con un look perfecto para cualquier dia dei verano: vestido camisero con print navajo, sandalias con cuna de madera y, como colofon final un sombrero de aire bohemio a juego.
Copper-gold mineralization encountered at the Fierrazo target provides a clear analogue to discover additional large-scale mineralized exoskarn bodies within the Sombrero property, based on similar geophysical and geochemical signatures.
La senora Hall se sorprendio al ver que el visitante todavia seguia con el abrigo y el sombrero a pesar de que el fuego ardia con fuerza.
Mexcian wave Arthur enjoys wearing his stylish sombrero
A BIRMINGHAM University cheerleading squad has reportedly been put on probation - because they planned to wear SOMBREROS on a Mexicanthemed tour.
Rhoderick Armamento, Quezon provincial police chief, said the boat left on Good Friday for Sombrero island, known for its white sand beach in Burias, Masbate province, for a picnic.
El sombrero, signo de naturaleza y diversidad de actuaciones sociales, forma parte de la escenografia de numerosos ritos que marcan la transicion de un estado a otro en la vida, los ritos de paso.
Primero puso la caja con el sombrero en su asiento; con sumo cuidado libero su enrojecido dedo menique de la presion de las bolsas.
So going by the rules of the sombrero, then I must be a right old racist.
"If there are enough tweets demanding to see me in shorts, T-shirt, sombrero and flip-flops, I'll be there in them," said Evans (above).
Initiating its fundraising efforts for MDA in 2012, Sombrero Mexican Food completed its first fundraiser with $8,510 raised, across all its locations, sending 10 MDA kids to summer camp.