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  • His solid belly filled the stretched sack of his maroon cardigan sweater, and his powder-blue shalwar khameez -- the billowy national pants of Afghanistan, draped front and back with a flap of cloth that resembled an untied apron -- were splattered with Donk's blood.

    Excerpt: God Lives In St. Petersburg by Tom Bissell

  • She was wearing a two-piece sari also, even though she and her husband were obviously middle class and most of her contemporaries wore the salwar khameez or a Mother Hubbard dress.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • In a sparsely furnished apartment in Ottawa's east end, Hasina serves chai tea and nuts to a visitor, her green velvet shalwar khameez bright against the clean white walls. - Home Page

  • Working as an interpreter for NATO forces in southern Afghanistan was akin to having a Taliban bull's-eye on the back of a shalwar khameez.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Pasti kelihatan seperti makhluk asing apabila terdapat seorang expat bersolat di dalam masjid dengan jersey adidas dan jeans, di kelilingi oleh jemaah yang berpakaian salwar khameez taman negara lehri park di sebelah kiri.

    Planet Malaysia

  • Supaya boleh camouflage di kalangan jemaah yang berpakaian salwar khameez warna pastel.

    Planet Malaysia


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