Some articles on black stuff gown, black:
... and as such, the academic dress matched that of the University of Wales — graduates wore a black stuff gown, with bell sleeves for bachelors, and ... mazarin blue shot green (arts), mazarin blue shot red (divinity), lined yellow shot black (MSc) and yellow shot red, bound light blue (MBA) ... Undergraduates wore a black stuff gown, with bell-sleeves, with the whole sleeve split open in front ...
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—Elizabeth I (15331603)
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So ferry me across the water,
Do, boatman, do!
Step into my ferry-boat,
Be they black or blue,”
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Modern education is lethal to children.... We stuff them with mathematics, we pummel them with science, and we use them up before their time.”
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