Khaki on Wikipedia Khaki
(UK: /ˈkɑːki/, US: /ˈkæki/) is a light shade of tan with a slight yellowish tinge.
has been used by many armies around the world
in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
is a color.
may also refer to:
, East Azerbaijan
turn of the 20th century; being introduced to the public in 1898 and the
variety in 1901. Mrs Adele Campbell commenced poultry-keeping around 1887
James Joseph Harbaugh (/ˈhɑːrbɔː/; born December 23, 1963) is an American football coach and former quarterback who is the 20th and current head football
In Westminster systems of government, a
election is any national election which is heavily influenced by wartime or postwar sentiment. In the British
(Bengali: আদম খাকী, romanized: Adom
, Arabic: آدم خاكي), also known as
Pir, was a 14th-century Sufi Muslim figure in the Sylhet
Uniforms of the United States Navy
uniform worn without the coat and tie. Similar to, but less formal than, the Service
, it consisted of a short or long-sleeve
Khaki Branazar Khaki
Branazar (Persian: خاكي برانازار, also Romanized as
Brānāzār) is a village in Kakavand-e Gharbi Rural District, Kakavand District, Delfan
Khaki drill Khaki
drill (KD) is the British military term for a type of fabric and the military uniforms made from them.
colour uniforms were first introduced
Service Dress (British Army)
Service Dress is the style of
service dress uniform introduced by the British Army for use in the field from the early 1900s, following the experiences