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her forehead and coiled tightly at the back of the neck ; she wore one small gold ring in the right nostril; heavy gold ear-rings and silver rings on the second toe of each foot ; suspended by a cord round her neck was a strange gold ornament, which she told me was worn as we wear a wedding-ring. The dobe was a delight to look at, black as ebony, with silky hair, whiskers, and moustache. He also was a Kling, native from the east coast of India. He wore a pink sarong or skirt, and white jacket and white turban. It is most disrespectful to appear without a turban. His ornaments are gold ear-rings and silver toe-rings.
After receiving my orders he put his hand to his forehead in a very serious manner, bowed slightly, murmured " Ay," and silently left the room.
No one knows what curry is who has not been in India or the Straits Settlements. It is not the fiery food that Becky Sharp tried to eat in order to charm Rawdon Crawley.No one knows what curry is who has not been in India or the Straits Settlements. It is not the fiery food that Becky Sharp tried to eat in order to charm Rawdon Crawley.