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zarape

(səˈrɑːpɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a variant of serape
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San Diego diners in the know head to the lively El Zarape Mexican eatery, a neighbourhood favourite with two locations in uptown's University Heights and Normal Heights, for delicious 99-cent fish tacos - a signature local food staple served day or night.
El Zarape will be located on Massard Road near residential developments and walking/ biking trails.
You pretty much know what to expect when you visit a restaurant named Zarape Mexican Food.
Don Ramon en un angnlo del divan, recostado en almohadas, cubierto por un zarape americano, convalece.
Out of the thirty-four, three of them cater to the gay Latino community: El Zarape, Paco Paco, and Karamba.
In 1983, Chelo Silva, La Reina Tejana del Bolero (the Texas-Mexican queen of the bolero), stepped onto the stage at the annual Tejano Conjunto Festival in San Antonio where she was honored with the "Golden Zarape" award for her contributions to Tex-Mex music.
The clothing may include costumes, e.g., princess costumes, and white attire to represent first (Catholic) communion, quincenera (15th birthday celebration), and bridal dresses; authentic Mexican clothing, e.g., zarape, farmer's and charro hats; and hair decorations, e.g., silk flowers, bandanas, and tiaras.
EMI, for example, is completing a catalog including groups like Tigrillos and Banda Zarape. "It has to be music that has been in the market for some time," said Camilo Lara, EMI marketing director.
I'd go with Desi (Arnaz) and Lucy (Ball) over on Vermont, to Zarape. I was 18.