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The slouched hat was worn by the officers and men of the West, the French kepi by the more showy Eastern officers.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 3GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
The chin strap of his kepi was gilt, and on his sleeve there was a little strip of gold.
As they moved away with him Maccario stooped and laid Morales kepi over his face.
THE DUST OF CONFLICTDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
Everywhere were graves, bearing thin wooden crosses, with the soldier's kepi or a few faded flowers hanging on them.
THE WONDER OF WAR ON LANDFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER
The Attach stood still a moment; then he put his kepi on, saluted gravely, turned round and went out without a word.
In rapid succession, one after the other, two more shells fell; Lieutenant Rochas had his kepi carried away by a fragment.
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
And picking up the kepi of a soldier who lay dead not far away, he tenderly adjusted it on his comrade.
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Everyone was in uniform; there was scarce a head that was not decorated with the kepi of the National Guard.
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He touched fingers to kepi—a neat blue kepi—in a smart salute.
RIDE PROUD, REBEL!ANDRE ALICE NORTON
I stumbled over something soft, like a ball of clay, and saw that it was the head of a faceless man, in a battered kepi.
NOW IT CAN BE TOLDPHILIP GIBBS

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