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Robe

 

a loose, floor-length garment worn over other clothing. It is the ceremonial and formal apparel of kings, the pope, and high officials of the Orthodox Church. In some countries, including Great Britain, robes are worn by judges and barristers; on ceremonial occasions, members of learned societies and academies wear robes.

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The 46-year-old was serving life after he used his dressing gown belt to strangle a fellow patient at Ashworth Hospital in 1990.
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Strachan said: "I turned up at the hospital with my wife's dressing gown on.
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30pm who found him lying on the floor with one end of a dressing gown cord wrapped loosely around his neck and the other end attached to a door handle.
The cute pooch was also wearing a white dressing gown and looked rather sleepy in Tamara's arms.
One look at themselves in a dressing gown in a mirror at the end of a week of hot water and lemon juice will confirm they actually look fatter.
I was wandering around in my dressing gown, running a bath when, suddenly, I felt this horrible pain in my back," said the 38-year-old.
In the non-chalant solo, "A Needle in a Haystack," Astaire sings and dances with the insouciant grace that was his instant trademark, flipping his dressing gown to his manservant and lightly ascending a chair.
Isolated but for the intruding shadows witnessing his pending demise, in a drab dressing gown, generic, exposed, and vulnerable, Goya embodies the plight of the sick.
Running down the stairs to turn on the telly to see pictures being beamed back from South Africa may well be too much for me and I can't rule out a nasty tripping incident involving my fluffy slippers and dressing gown cord.