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English Idiom: “Feather In One’s Cap” – An act or deed to one’s credit; a distinctive achievement…This expression alludes to the practice of putting a feather on a soldiers cap for every enemy he kills, an early practice of some Native American tribes and many other peoples (early 1600’s).
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