Fez

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a city in north central Morocco

a felt cap (usually red) for a man

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Moseley Golf Club members don their fezzes to mark the drive-in of new captain Magdi Ghoris.
All team leaders were crowned with green fezzes made especially for the event by Margaret Jones.
We always have a supply of fezzes in the house,' said Tudor Jones, secretary of the Tommy Cooper Society.
I'm sure the Liverpool fans are looking forward to the match and their trip to Istanbul and are hoping to enjoy a good spectacle of football as well as the local sights in Turkey The move to modernise The fez was introduced by Mahmud II, the head of the Ottoman Empire, in 1826 to replace the turban Ataturk's moves to westernise included a ban on the fez which he saw as too closely associated with the Islamic world For 20 years some Turks wore fezzes in protest.
Tickets are still available for the match and fezzes can be bought from the Sky Blue shops at the Highfield Road ground and the West Orchards shopping centre.
In the Ottoman Empire's dying days, imperial guards in fezzes stood watch at the imposing factory gates, staring out across the waters of Istanbul's Golden Horn.