From that point of view, I hope my jersey in the Smithsonian is replaced by one of a turbaned Sikh who plays in the NBA.
She recalled that, one day while working in Afghanistan, she saw two turbaned, bearded men walking toward her.
“I quickly realized that none of the fashion sites I looked at ever featured a turbaned Sikh man,” he said.
Now, he's waiting for the first turbaned player to break into the NBA.
So I turned and asked two turbaned renegades who stood in waiting, what meant the wail.
She carries a book in her hand and at her feet reclines a turbaned Turk.
The most curious thing about this turbaned Spiritualism is its development of the Koothoomi myth.
In another second the turbaned, scimitared figures were leaping on board.
That night when the town lay sleeping, a turbaned host, armed with yataghans, stole through the flowering cactuses.
The top of his head was so swathed in bandages that he looked like a turbaned Turk.
1560s, from Middle French turbant, from Italian turbante (Old Italian tolipante), from Turkish tülbent "gauze, muslin, tulle," from Persian dulband "turban." The change of -l- to -r- may have taken place in Portuguese India and thence been picked up in other European languages. A men's headdress in Muslim lands, it was popular in Europe and America c.1776-1800 as a ladies' fashion.