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  • If you want to learn how to age a bottle cap so you can make it into a folk charm called a milagro, there's a whole step-by-step recipe.

    Missoula Independent

  • A milagro is a charm that the women import from Mexico.

    The Denver Newspaper Agency Stories

  • You can buy tacos, corn (on the cob or off), ice cream, atole (a drink made from corn mush), beer and soft drinks; indulge your sweet tooth with numerous confections; add some crockery to your kitchen supply; purchase a "milagro" (miracle; a tiny replica of an arm or eye or animal, which can then be taken to the church and left with a donation, in hopes that the Virgin of Guadalupe will intercede to affect a cure).

    A festival of Guadalupe

  • She shouted for them to leave us alone, that it was my first time, and she had to show me the whole milagro del amor a lo mexicano!

    Crazy Loco Love

  • "Now the demand from San Miguel had arrived and [Don Antonio] promised him to have the milagro painted ... if this time he would cure her."

    Pestilence and Headcolds: Encountering Illness in Colonial Mexico

  • Something happened on that porch, when Maria whispered “milagro.”

    Tell us we’re home

  • Another Baja milagro, since I had been trying since December to get on the boat online and/or via telephone from the States, and we very nearly drove through Nogales for the lack of a reservation.

    The Baja Highway from top to bottom

  • The churchyard is lined with milagro vendors, and no trip to the Basilica is the same without buying up at least a few.

    The Serene Magic Of Patzcuaro

  • A continuación, otros músicos, a menudo liderados por su hijo Rudel al piano, toman el relevo, lo que da como resultado el pequeño milagro de poder escuchar música interpretada de manera cercana y personal.

    Uptown Arts Stroll Opening Reception «

  • Getting here from there is nothing short of a milagro.

    Maine to Mexico: A funeral procession, a pick-up, a pink pinata, and pastel de chocolate


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  • A "milagro" (miracle; a tiny replica of an arm or eye or animal, which can then be taken to the church and left with a donation). Sometimes made with "aged" bottle caps.

    September 3, 2016