Brown Shirt


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Brown Shirt

(in Nazi Germany) a storm trooper
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The Brown Shirt angel faces in high spirits kicked some more and marched away.
Dressed in a brown shirt and Burberry-style tie, Whitehurst exchanged smiles and waves with his girlfriend, Cara Davenport, 28, who was sitting in the public gallery wearing a black polo neck jumper.
Wearing a brown shirt and beige pants, Queen Rania -- an advocate of education, opportunities for youths and women's empowerment -- seemed to understand the students and where they're coming from, even encouraging them to add a Middle Eastern person to their list of MySpace and Facebook friends.
The man police want is white, about 5ft 8ins and wore a brown shirt and trainers at the time of the attack.
Qaddafi, whose fashions often draw comment, appeared in ochre trousers and a short-sleeved brown shirt patterned in green patches in the shape of Africa.
His brown tie and crooked smile 1930's Brown Shirt Germany once
Coleen looked stunning in a pale blue and white dress - but Wayne looked like 1970s cop Gene Hunt from TV's Life on Mars in a grey suit with flairs and a brown shirt.
Republic probes Schulz's inner world of half-alive people facing down Nazism, seeking beauty and truth amidst the mundane and cruel, with selections of Schulz's evocative prose and startling images--as when Schulz's mother, decked out in drag as the Emperor Franz Josef, peels off her Austrian dress uniform to reveal a brown shirt and swastika.
Pair white jeans with a navy blue top to get a nautical look, a white skirt with a neutral brown shirt for that safari influence, or a tailored shirt with a chunky turquoise necklace.
He was last seen wearing a brown shirt, dark trousers and black shoes.
One picture from 1937 shows Prince Philip aged 16 with relatives at his sister Cecile's funeral dressed in SS and Brown Shirt uniforms.
Brown shirt, pounds 16; pale blue fine knit tank top, pounds 25; brown leather boots, pounds 90, Top Shop