Once she gave her a little cap of red velvet, which suited her so well that she would never wear anything else; so she was always called 'Little Red- Cap.
They must obey the wearer of the Cap. Good-bye!" And she scampered out of sight, with all the mice hurrying after her.
But my grandfather pleaded hard, for he knew the Monkeys would drown in the river with their wings tied, and Quelala said a kind word for them also; so that Gayelette finally spared them, on condition that the Winged Monkeys should ever after do three times the bidding of the owner of the Golden Cap. This Cap had been made for a wedding present to Quelala, and it is said to have cost the princess half her kingdom.
It was a warm evening, and even in the delightful drawing-room, where the fine old turf sloped from the open window towards a lilied pool and well-planted mounds, the heat was enough to make Celia in her white muslin and light curls reflect with pity on what Dodo must feel in her black dress and close cap. But this was not until some episodes with baby were over, and had left her mind at leisure.
"Dear Dodo, do throw off that cap. I am sure your dress must make you feel ill."
"Nobody chose the subject; it all came out of Dodo's cap. Mrs.
As for that swab, he's good and dead, he is," he added, indicating the man with the red cap. "He warn't no seaman anyhow.
"God save the king!" said I, waving my cap. "And there's an end to Captain Silver!"
The accursed was already under the carriage with some half-dozen particular friends, pointing out the chain with his blue cap.
Some half-dozen other particular friends promptly hauled him out, and presented him breathless to Monsieur the Marquis.
The stemmed brush if often made from polyethylene, and is fitted to a round cap.
Brush caps are also used on tester paint bottles.
One such cap that is widely used is a side pour cap.
Side pour caps are widely used by the beverage industry, especially for alcoholic beverages.
Gilgiti style of cap, which is worn much like a knit cap.
The hat is worn in Hunza, Gilgit, Skardu, Chital,