Poll: It's a feather in your cap

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    #11

    Re: A feather in your cap.

    "I heard that you got a perfect score on the SAT exam. That is a real feather in your cap."

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    #12

    Re: A feather in your cap.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Ayed View Post
    I think that American Indians use a white feather tied to a warior's head band as a sign of challenge for their enemies, am I right or off topic?
    It's a challenge TO their enemies.

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    #13

    Re: A feather in your cap.

    And they didn't wear caps, so it's probably barking up the wrong tree.

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    #14

    Re: A feather in your cap.

    The Cleveland Indians wear caps.

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