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“Looking regal in a traditional green chapan robe and gray turban, newly-elected President Hamid Karzai joined over 1,600 delegates to draw Afghanistan's Loya Jirga to a close today.”
“The old man had plump cheeks and wore a rainbow-striped chapan.”
“She looks back over her shoulder and sees that Hamza is a tiny figure, his chapan a burst of color against the brown of the trees 'bark.”
“You should know the skill of your fellow chapan-dazi better than that," his friend admonished him.”
“Karzai's chapan and say, "Hamid, my man, you've gotta get some more women in here.”
“If Atta left for even one hour, the whole city would be looted," says Hajji Mohammed, an elderly shopkeeper who sells traditional emerald green chapan coats in the city's bazaar.”
“They may have enjoyed the sartorial splash made by their president, who appeared in a particularly attractive green-and-purple striped chapan, or coat, topped by his trademark karakul hat.”
“He was ordered to grow out his beard, issued a chapan (the vest traditionally worn by Afghan men), a pakol (the traditional Pashto hat), linen pants, leather sandals and a list of phonetically written Pashtun phrases.”
“Later the minister called me forward and presented me with a chapan, the full-length gold and green-striped cloak that President Karzai is often seen wearing.”
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