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Moslem Toothpick Etiquette
Ornate Victorian Era Toothpick ~ Throughout the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, ornate and bejeweled toothpicks were popular throughout the world, especially with the United Kingdom's upper classes. Moslem Etiquette All true Moslems when eating must be...

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Moroccan Dining Etiquette
A "diffa" is an Arabic reception or banquet. General Mark Clark and Caid El Ayadi dining in 1943 "Morocco Etiquette" General Mark Clark, head of United States forces in Morocco, is eating with his fingers at the great diffa , or feast, given by the rich, Ca...

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Squalor and Etiquette at Versailles
A royal chamber pot from Versailles - There were no bathrooms as we would know them. Courtiers and royalty used decorative commodes in each room, while commoners simply relieved themselves in the hallways or stairwells. No one bothered to house-train the ro...

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Etiquette and Swell Servants
  There is no doubt that the English nobility, have a way of employing servants which offers grand opportunities to rogues.  The Swell Servants in England ''Although all hopes of recovering the jewels of Lady Dudley has vanished—their real value was £30,000...

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A Pie Etiquette Plea
"All we insist upon in the name of true etiquette, is that the knife should do its share of the labor, and that the fork should not be compelled unassisted to bear the heat and burden of dissection." — Did some folks not get the memo about the dual utensil?...

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Etiquette and Condolences
After Otto von Bismarck's death, the task of opening telegrams and attending to those which, according to etiquette, needed to receive immediate answers, continued from morning until night. Even when in mourning, the etiquette regarding the condolences from...

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Etiquette and Esterhazy Temper
The Holy Week religious scene  at the Calvary at the Prater was imposing; but it is on record lhat it led to much secular love-making, which was deplored by the clergy.—  Esterházy is a Hungarian noble family with origins in the Middle Ages. Since the 17th ...

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Prussian Princess Etiquette
On State occasions, there is comparatively little ceremony observed here, but  everyday life of the Prussian royal family seems to be regulated more strictly on the principle of etiquette, than that of Queen Victoria.  Victoria's Daughter in Prussia The Ber...

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Bathing Machine Etiquette
If Asmodeus or some other imp could reveal to the thoughtful critic, the private lives of the bathers of America, France, England and Japan, it would be possible to ascertain which of these codes of bathing etiquette is associated with most correct and pure...
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