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Sheikh Zayed, wearing his golden embroidered bisht, a sort of cape worn by the heads of tribes in the Gulf on major occasions, gestures to the audience in his majlis, saying, I swear by God Almighty that I did not know that there were now people citizens who were living in rented accommodation.
Then came the bisht abayeh, a mantle of the same blue-black silk, chased about the edges with silver thread.
Our coaches-G. S Sandhu and Jaidev bisht-have worked really hard on us.
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On this chilly evening he had on a woolly, brocade-trimmed bisht, the cloak that Saudi men wear on formal occasions or in cool weather, which gave him a slightly imposing air.
In come eight gorgeous little Kuwaitis, all English speaking, all dressed top to bottom in gorgeous finery, bright thobes and prayer caps, beautifully hand woven bisht with gilt trim, dresses with embroidery and lace and gilt skirts, golden headdresses - oh!
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