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“The father, who wore a huge drooping mustache, and the ten-year-old son, both wore blue cloth caps with shiny black peaks; short, double-breasted, porcelain-buttoned blue jackets; short scarves tied at the throat; pants that flared far out from the waist and tapered to the ankles; and although the father wore boots, the boy — I was fascinated, and had to force my eyes away — actually wore wooden shoes.”
“The leading men were a motley crowd of the inhabitants of the town, all dressed in their best, then came the band; after them the escort, in brand-new blue cloth uniform; next a crowd of white-robed Sheikhs, carrying the sacred banners, surrounding Sheikh Magranee, who was himself dressed in the Prophet's colour – green.”
“One was short, the other tall, but both had great protruding stomachs bellying the blue cloth of their long uniform coats.”
“Against the heavy blue cloth of Roswitha's cloak the great brooch, aggressively male, stood out brilliantly.”
“Sticking out of his stomach was a steel ruler, tapered diagonally and sharpened along one edge, with a piece of blue cloth wrapped several times around it to form a grip.”
“Frantically I gathered up several of the blue cloth binders-and placed them in a cardboard box.”
“My parents and Babci arrived the next day, carrying a large light blue cloth sack from which they pulled a statue of Our Lady, beautifully painted and with a golden metal halo behind her head, tiny crystals dangling from the end of each of its many points.”
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Several of these words may seem misspelled. I copied them that way from the primary source in which I found the list: Salem Gazette, Thursday, Nov. 29, 1781.
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