Rose was quite ready to go, being anxious to try a certain soft burnous
from the box, which not only possessed a most engaging little hood, but had funny tassels bobbing in all directions.
She wore her poor old burnous
and the green shawl; her face still showed signs of illness, it was thinner and paler.
The Arab's left hand was hidden beneath his burnous
. Now he withdrew it disclosing a large goatskin purse, bulging and heavy with coins.
La depouille drapee aux couleurs de la Tunisie, a quitte le palais presidentiel entouree d'une vingtaine de cavaliers de l'armee en burnous
The "Kharja" of traditional clothes, in its sixth edition, marked by a festive atmosphere impregnated with the bright and brilliant colours of the different clothes, addresses a message that calls for continuation, life, loyalty and patriotism but also to the attachment to traditions and customs, mirrored through the "melia," "kaftan," "houli," "sefsari," "haik," djellaba," "burnous
," "balgha," etc.
After my last evening in Tozeur, which has a lovely old market selling everything from Tommy Cooper-style fez hats and slippers to hookah pipes and Berber burnous
robes as worn by Jawas, Sand People and Obi-Wan Kenobi, I travelled east to Tunisia's most famous Star Wars site.
After my last evening in Tozeur, which has a lovely old market selling everything from Tommy Cooperstyle fez hats and slippers to hookah pipes and Berber burnous
robes - as worn by Jawas, Sand people and Obi-Wan Kenobi - I travelled east to Tunisia's most famous Star Wars site.
But whether your garb is a burnous
, a kaftan, a galabiyah or a loin cloth, the word spreads, and the message is that Shakespeare, whoever he was (in my book the Earl of Oxford ) gets everywhere - even high finance - so we were given Shakespeare in the City, with stocks and shares whizzing up and down which Mr Francis defined as "Much Ado About Nothing" (much rueful laughter here from audience members like me who may have been bitten by fluctuating interest rates).
Et si, au mois de janvier, il devient tout blanc, pour eux c'est son burnous
qu'il porte, un bon presage pour les nappes phreatiques.
Out of the picturesque and exotic qualities of the djellabas, turbans, burnous
, sirwals, and darboukas, Morrice and Lyman succeed in conveying the authenticity of each individual, imparting to them "the deep gravity that persists in every human being," as Matisse wrote about the portrait, the painting genre which interested him the most.
Lebanese ready-to-wear designer Rabih Kayrouz presented a collection during Paris Fashion Week based on the burnous
, a hooded, wool cloak found in North African countries.
Jebali, from the Ennahda party, said a lone gunman wearing the traditional hooded long burnous
robe shot Belaid with three bullets fired at close range as he left his Tunis home on Wednesday morning.