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  • n. Plural form of kebaya.


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  • The ceremony began, and the women, dressed in finest silk kebayas and baju kurong found space to sit on the floor on one side of the room, the men on the other.

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  • Unlike their counterparts in Paris or New York, Balinese designers market their local culture with laces, batiks, kebayas, sarongs and tops inspired by clothes worn in traditional ceremonies or by local nobility.

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  • The dancers are all covered up in long-sleeved traditional kebayas, not sexy tubes, "said Mas Nanu Muda of the Jaipong Care Community, representing 20 dance groups.



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