Jatinderpal Singh Bhullar became the first man to guard the Queen in a turban instead of a bearskin
A guardsman is not a guardsman if he's not wearing his bearskin
," David Cuthill, chairman of the Dundee branch, said.
"We heard the Bearskin
Lake students are making moccasins to give our students - so we're thinking of what we can give them," said van de Ligt.
To be standing with bearskins
and tunics in Red Square - it makes it all the more magnificent.
Now Gerry's bearskin
has become a bit tight, and he's spent several years trying to find ways of stretching it - without success.
Recently, Vogel has collaged UP-suggestive objects, including a fishing pole, bearskins
, antlers, and a wolf trap into her work, and her paintings include images of a camping trailer and lounge chairs.
An animal rights activist was detained by Singapore police on Friday as she waited to see Britain's Queen Elizabeth II to protest the bearskin
hats worn by Buckingham Palace guards in London.
Some say that "bear" originated in a proverb that goes along the lines of, "Don't sell the bearskin
before you've caught the bear." This is similar to "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched." Others say that, "bear skin jobbers" were infamous for selling bearskins
that they did not own; the bears had not yet been caught and killed.
Borrowed from a book of "Grimm's Fairy Tales," he wore a scowl and a scruffy bearskin
. He looked more like a dwarf than a giant and worst of all, he was white.
Eero Paloheimo has commented in relation to softwoods: 'Now we have reached a stage where a leopardskin coat is no longer elegant but immoral, where game on a restaurant menu is no longer a delicacy but a cause for shame, and a bearskin
on a living-room floor is the mark of a lout.