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As Temperatures Rise, Malawi Court has Suspended the Wearing of Wigs and Gowns

Malawi court has suspended the wearing of wigs and gowns because of ever-rising temperatures. Many want the wearing of these embarrassing colonial wigs to be totally abolished.

As Temperatures Rise, Malawi Court has Suspended the Wearing of Wigs and Gowns

Malawi court has suspended the wearing of wigs and gowns because of soaring temperatures.

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