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DOLMAN (from Turk. dol¢mkn)

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Originally appearing in Volume V08, Page 392 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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DOLMAN (from Turk. dol¢mkn), originally a long and loose garment left unfastened in front, and with narrow sleeves. It is worn generally by the Turks, and is not unlike a cassock in shape. The name was given to the uniform jacket, worn by hussars, and slung from the shoulders with the sleeves hanging loose; and it is also used for a similar garment worn by ladies, with wide cape- like arrangements instead of sleeves.
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