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Literary usage of Pugree
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Missionary Review of the World (1917)
"The pugree is a little hard to manage but with practice it can be done. ... The pugree can be formed on the head of the child and the folds should be tacked ..."
2. Transactions of the Literary society of Bombay by Asiatic society of Bombay, Literary Society of Bombay (1823)
"... 200 A charge (illegible, but probably a pugree) 320 ... Phut pugree: thirteenth after full moon of Jeth 300 Contribution towards the flag at ..."
3. Lumsden of the Guides: A Sketch of the Life of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Harry Burnett by Peter Stark Lumsden, G. R. Elsmie (1900)
"... so climbing up, without more ado I cut the charpoy adrift by undoing the string, and, taking the Guide's pugree off his head, passed it round his chest ..."
4. Macmillan's Magazine by John Morley, Mowbray Morris, David Masson, George Grove (1893)
"... despite his clutch on the mane, had not the streaming end of his pugree caught in the ... For as his back, kicking uk the pugree began t ball of thread, ..."
5. The Life and Adventures of George Augustus Sala by George Augustus Sala (1895)
"... habitually dressed in a light brown-holland suit, and enhanced the picturesqueness of his white pith helmet by attaching thereto a white muslin pugree. ..."
6. The Chinese by John Stuart Thomson (1909)
"He has removed his heavy topy- helmet, which is filled with cool plantain leaves, and is ornamented with a blue- and white-barred pugree. ..."