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- USFK Standards Handbook
- Headgear will not be worn indoors unless under arms in an official capacity or directed Infantry (Manchu) while assigned to the 9th Infantry.
- CHAPTER 7
- sideburns. "Fu. Manchu" and “Handle Bar mustaches” are prohibited.
- Mongol Survey
- Tokyo, specializing in Manchu studies” (Journal de la Société. Finno-Ougrienne, Vol. 77, 1981).
- A General survey of the development of the Chinese national dance
- leading role in the pug dance was Fangxieng, (who was an official in charge of driving . formed by 64 children, wearing hats of good luck, purple trousers and long gowns to the ..
- NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS
- B. Protective Clothing: gloves, boots, coats, hard hats, rain suits, and respirators ( etc) as dictated by the situation. C.
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- Qing official headwear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Qing Guanmao (清代官帽) is the headwear of officials during the Qing Dynasty in China.
- scholar-bureaucrats | Vietnam Fine Art News | Vietnam Art News
- The wardrobe of a mandarin during the Qing Dynasty included Manchu official headwear and a mandarin square.
- Chinese clothing | Facebook
- A new style of dress, called tangzhuang, included the changshan worn by men and the qipao worn by women.
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