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Buluku ya Bafuta-mkomi

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Buluku ya bafuta-mkomi
Chithuzi cha makina wakukuzga vinthu vidoko cha salu ya bafuta-mkomi

Buluku ya Bafuta-mkomi ni mtundu wa mabuluku agho ghakupangika na salu ya bafuta panji ya dungaree. Kanandi lizgu lakuti "bafuta" likung'anamura malaya ghanyake, agho ghakuchemeka "bafuta mbiliŵili", agho ghakaŵa na matumba gha mkuŵa agho ghakapangika na Jacob W. Davis mu 1871 ndipo ghakapika patenti na Jacob W . Davis na Levi Strauss pa Meyi 20, 1873. Pambere patandike kupokera patenti iyi, ŵanthu ŵakagwiliskiranga ntchito mazgu ghakuti "ma buluku gha bafuta mkomi gha kubiliŵila" pa vyakuvwara vyakupambanapambana (nga ni mabuluku, maovololo, na vibachi), ivyo ŵakapanga na malaya gha kubiliŵila gha bafuta-mkomi.[1]

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  1. See, e.g., The Richmond Enquirer (Richmond, VA) March 25, 1823, wherein a paid notice described the ready-made apparel stolen by a thief : FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD, FOR JEREMIAH, or as he is commonly called Jerry Hatcher, lately a convict of the Penitentiary, who on the night of February 17 last did break through my store and carry off a variety of goods, together with about $20 in change and some ready made clothing, and has made his escape. He is about 4 1/2 or 5 feet high, stout and very well made, with light hair, and I expect has on blue Jeans coatee and brown pantaloons, as he took such from me and has been seen with them on. I expect he is either in Richmond, Petersburg or Lynchburg. Any person who will apprehend said Hatcher and deliver him to me, will meet with my thanks, and the above reward. BRIGHTBERRY BROWN [,] Red Mills, Buckingham [County, Virginia], March 14.