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... incorporated into the Royal Scots Thistle pattern collar dogs worn on the No.1 and No.2 pattern doublet or Service Dress jacket ... known as Sutherland), a version of the Government (Black Watch) tartan worn by the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ... The Kilt is sewn in a box pleat style, as worn by the 2nd Battalion Black Watch, Seaforth Highlanders, Queen's Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) and ...
... accoutrement personal military or fighting armaments worn about one's self has come to mean the accompanying items available to pursue a mission, or just ... to the German lied or the Italian aria or, in Russian, a cabaret-style sung narrative, usually rendered by a guttural male voice with guitar accompaniment ... corsage A bouquet of flowers worn on a woman's dress or worn around her wrist ...
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