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Gabrielle's wearing: Leah Shlaer bikini ($125; leahshlaer.com.com) and Beach Bunny poncho ($110; beachbunnyswimwear.com).
Junior 2nd in Division: Serenity Venture O'Reilly with Surfside 4-H for Reversible Poncho.
Poncho, a 6-year-old African grey parrot, was used to spending his summer days lounging at North Avenue Beach.
Asian styles were evoked in the multitudinous use of layers — a thick hybrid poncho in Cerulean blue with tassels, or an oversize coat covered in blurred text that looked like a decorative pattern.
The sneaker itself is dropping alongside other ACG products—including a ripstop poncho, fleece shorts, and a bucket cap—on May 18 at NikeLab.
Rain ponchos and boots may have been the sensible picks for the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby, but fashion-forward attendees wouldn’t let a little rain stop them from parading their finest hats.
Tyler Lavoie, a 23-year-old soldier from nearby Fort Knox, draped a plastic poncho over his multicolored suit.
Kyle Green email@example.com Tim Flaherty, left, hands a poncho to a homeless man near Cooper Court, the site of a former tent city for homeless people.
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Origin and Etymology of poncho
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Definition of poncho for English Language Learners
: a piece of clothing that is used as a coat and that is made of a single piece of cloth or plastic with a hole in the middle for a person's head to go through
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