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Bøker Bok 110 av 10In this part of India they are delicately framed; their hands, in particular, are...
" In this part of India they are delicately framed; their hands, in particular, are more like... "
The Oriental Voyager: Or, Descriptive Sketches and Cursory Remarks, on a ... - Side 75
av James Johnson - 1807 - 388 sider
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Travels in India,: during the years 1780, 1781, 1782, & 1783

William Hodges - 1783 - 156 sider
...very large gold ear-rings and white turbans. The firft falutation he receives from thefe ftrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touching the...the hand, and the forehead three times. THE natives firft feen in India by an European voyager, are Hindoos, the original inhabitants of the Peninfula....
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

...very large gold ear-rings and white turbans. The firft falutation he receives from thefe ftrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touching the...the hand, and the forehead three times. The natives firft feen in India by an European voyager, are Hindoos, the original inhabitants of the Peninfula....
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1793
...very large gold ear-rings and white turbans. The firll falutation he receives from thefe ftrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touching the...hand and the forehead, three times. • The natives firft feen in India by an European voyager, are Hindoos J, the original inhabitants of the peninfula....
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The Universal Magazine, Volum 92

1793
...With very large gold earrings and white turbans. The firft falutatipn he receives from thefe ftrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touch.ing the...the 'hand, and the forehead three times. The natives firll feen in India by an European voyager, are Hindoos, the original inhabitants of the Penintula....
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The Monthly Review

1793
...very large gold ear-rings and white turbans. The firlt falutation he receives from thefe ftrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touching the...hand and the forehead, three times. ' The natives firft feen in India by an European voyager, are Hindoos J, the original inhabitants of the peninfula....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volum 73

1793
...with vety large gold eartings and white turbans. The nrft falutatioD he receives from thefc flrangers is by bending their bodies very low, touching the...the back of the hand, and the forehead three times." This is painting, and fets the objects inftantly before ihe mind's eye. All our traveller's descriptions...
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The universal gazetteer

John Walker - 1807
...an affembly of females. When he afctnds upon the deck, he is (truck with the long imillin dreiTVs, and black faces adorned with very large gold ear-rings and white turbans. The firrt falutation he receives from thefe ftrangers is, by bending their bodies very low, touching the...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volum 8

1808
...the general hum of unusual conversation, presents to his mind for a moment the idea of an assembly of females. When he ascends upon the deck, he is struck...is by bending their bodies very low, touching the decfc Description of Madras. 'with the back of the hand, and the forehead three times. The natives...
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A system of geography, popular and scientific: or A physical ..., Volum 4

James Bell - 1836
...the general hum of unusual conversation, presents to his mind, for a moment, the idea of an assembly of females. When he ascends upon the deck, he is struck...bodies very low, touching the deck with the back of their hand, and the forehead three times. The natives first seen in India by the European voyager are...
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Representing Calcutta: Modernity, Nationalism, and the Colonial Uncanny

Swati Chattopadhyay - 2005 - 314 sider
...opinion "by the profound salutation which they bestowed upon the ship's officers and other gentlemen, by bending their bodies very low, touching the deck with the back of the hand and their foreheads three times." She immediately concluded: "these persons were, in fact, nothing more...
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