For me, I snatched up the rug--afterwards I found it was Noma's best kaross
, made by Basutos of chosen cat-skins, and worth three oxen--and I fled, followed by Koos.
, 'The Palmer Raids: The Deportation Mania Begins"
27) 'Africaander' here presumably represented one of the extant Namaqua or Ronderib Afrikaner breeds (or a related extinct variety), mutton stock with fat deposits distributed around the tail and with hairy rather than woolly coats, likely the result of selection for kaross
production (Campbell 1995; Smith 2000: 223).
Material examined: NAMIBIA: 1[male] Kamanjab district, Kaross
[19[degrees]37'S 14[degrees]50'E], 10.
The chamber has hired intern Lesley Kaross
to follow through on a downtown revitalization program that took a back seat at the time of the collapse.
In the same vein, the traditional kaross
he was wearing when he appeared before the Court on October 15th, 1962 may be interpreted not only as the symbol of his people's cultural legacy but also as an assertion of their right to respect and dignity in a society which disdained them.
This reading is reinforced, in Lewis-Williams' view, by the fact that the Ichneumon places another antelope skin product, a kaross
, over /Kaggen.
In contrast, Schmahmann's other essay on four groups of black embroiderers, of Xihoko, Chiviraka, Kaross
Workers and Mapula, while it discusses the distinctive styles and subjects of their appealing stitched imagery, gives considerable attention to the women's life situations.
He only wore a shirt with a kaross
of jackal skin around the shoulders
Instead, Mandela wore a royal leopard-skin kaross
in the courtroom; he was visibly a king himself.