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  • n  a long woolen or linen scarf covering the head and shoulders (also used as a sling for holding a baby); traditionally worn by Latin-American women

  • But indigenous Oaxacan mothers traditionally breast feed their babies for a year and rarely use bassinets, carrying their infants instead in a rebozo, a type of sling.
  • Said she: "Every time a girl wearing a rebozo comes into the bank, all the girls behind the counter say how beautiful she looks.

  • Jack Nicholson in San Francisco Chronicle
    My political actor fantasies were never to be president, but rather to be Jim Farley or (Charles) 'Bebe' Rebozo or somebody like that who just kind of had a relationshipwith the president, Nicholson said. "When he was at loggerheads, to be...
  • Lesley Stahl in CBS News
    Do you think that the concern in Nixon's mind was that Larry O'Brien knew about this cash that went to Bebe Rebozo,asks Stahl.
  • Pat Buchanan in New Yorker
    The old man was going to Key Biscayne,Buchanan recalled of Nixon. "He was down there with Bebe Rebozo. And I asked to be sent to the Convention to be sort of his eyes and ears."

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