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90 He Who Would Take Into His Service A Maid May Do So With Propriety #63
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59 Amongst The People Is He Who Seateth Himself Amid The Sandals






by the door whilst coveting in his heart the seat of honour. 36


Traditionally in the East it has been the practice to remove sandals and
shoes before entering a gathering. The part of a room farthest from the
entrance is regarded as the head of the room and a place of honour where
the most prominent among those present are seated. Others sit in
descending order towards the door, by which the shoes and sandals have
been left and where the most lowly would sit.





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