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redcoat

(formerly) a British soldier
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Matt, who turned on the capital's Christmas lights this week, said: "She came in wearing a red coat and I thought she was mad.
They compared wool, polyester, cotton and silk fibers and then linked them to red coats worn by suspects.
Brummies seized on their chance to become a red coat as Butlins held a recruitment day.
You can brig up any drab win outfit with this be red coat.
So he spent his later school holidays as a Red Coat with a posh voice, tempered a little by his love of fish and chips.
Laura is the same age as me and her red coat is the only thing I really do like.
TREND LED: Virgin wool and cashmere mix red coat, pounds 225 by Reiss, Grainger Street, Newcastle, (0191) 230-4999.
Now in its fifth year, this Red Coat shopping concierge service is a welcome respite for time-tapped, stressed, or yet-to-be-inspired customers.
The pandas, which are native to the Himalayas, are about 60cm long with a soft rusty red coat and a bushy striped tail.
I have a reserved seat and the railway company really looks after me - a porter in a red coat takes me to my seat, and looks after my luggage, and when we reach Weymouth one of the station staff always comes to politely ask - 'Are you Mrs Goodbody?
Kate's first novel, The Girl in the Red Coat, will be published in spring 2015.