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redcoat

(formerly) a British soldier
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answered the gardener, 'I am no child of fortune; I am a poor soldier, who never could get enough to live upon; so I laid aside my red coat, and set to work, tilling the ground.
Fenced in, thus, he felt himself hoisted to the top of a low flight of steps, and then for a moment he caught a glimpse of the fighting in the crowd, and of a few red coats sprinkled together, here and there, struggling to rejoin their fellows.
He sees the soldiers, with their red coats lighted up by the torches carried afore, closing in round him.
Pregnant Kate visited poorly children at Great Ormond Street Hospital in a sophisticated red coat by Boden.
The smiling princess is wearing a bright red coat and shoes and a pink scarf and is carrying a colourful printed rucksack on her back.
uk WEAR WITH A SIMPLE BLOUSE OR KNIT Red sparkle skirt, PS26, M&Co LOOK RADIANT IN A RED COAT It may be tempting to reac h for the safe option of a black coat, but bright outerwear is surprisingly versatile.
She wore an elegant red coat and a gray floral dress.
10 Can't Touch This A karate instructor, a would-be Red Coat, and a baker from Armagh take on the obstacle course this week.
Don't be afraid to experiment with colour - team a red coat with a yellow dress to create a statement look.
In The Girl in the Red Coat, which made the shortlist for the Costa First Novel Award after its publication in the U.
Kate Hamer, with The Girl in the Red Coat, is one of 12 female and eight male authors selected for the only major UK book prize that is open solely to authors resident in the UK and Ireland.
Kate Hamer's The Girl in the Red Coat is one of the 12 female and eight male authors selected for the only major UK book prize that is open solely to authors resident in the UK and Ireland.