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gabardine

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a twill-weave worsted, cotton, or spun-rayon fabric

gabardine

[′gab·ər‚dēn]
(textiles)
Steep twill fabric made of closely woven single or two-ply fibers of wool, rayon, polyester, or other yarn.
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If Sams's National Poet in a gaberdine seems implausible, the crux lies with the weight of evidence accorded the secondary sources in the documentary appendix, especially Aubrey's Brief Lives (1681) and Rowe's Shakespeare works (1709), both listed in the bibliography with their respective seals of approval.
But suppose they relieved themselves of this burden once a week, surrendered their gaberdine armor and leather belts for a Goodwill outfit and roll of duct tape.
Tenders are invited for Invitation Of Bids In Single Stage Two Bid System For Supply Of Items Jacket And Trouser Combat Gaberdine Polyester And Cotton Disruptive 1998 Pattern
Items on offer include gaberdine skirts for 14/11 and 'smart shantung coats' with military collars and broad belts, starting at 21/-03FAMILY and friends of Lance Corporal WM Griffiths of F Company of the 11th Liverpool Scottish Platoon, waited anxiously for news after the young soldier went missing during the charge at Hooge.
He pulled off his yarmulke and gaberdine and kicked them into a corner.
The previously mentioned inserted moment in the opening titles when Antonio spits on Shylock renders visually literal Shylock's later reminder to Antonio: "You call me misbeliever, cut-throat dog,/And spet upon my Jewish gaberdine, / And all for use of that which is mine own" (1.
LANCASHIRE YESTERYEAR: I was born in Lancashire: dark winter afternoons, the coughing on the top deck, the smell of damp gaberdine mixing with the tobacco and whatever piece of pungency was coming out of the chimneys that day, the yellow in the lamplight, or if you prefer, the dust hanging in a summer's day.
Contemporary, wearable feminine and confident,' says Betty Jackson, who brings us tailored gaberdine jackets, crop trousers, cap sleeve dresses, knitted lace jersey, alpaca knitwear and black or lilac georgette separates.
71), Demaray ignores theatrical context: Trinculo thinks Caliban, hidden under a gaberdine, is a fish because of the way he smells, but investigating further and uncovering him, Trinculo discovers that the supposed fish has in fact a human shape.
Tenders are invited for supply of following items -Supply of Jacket Combat Gaberdine Polyester & Cotton Disruptive 1998 Pattern (Shade Mineral Khaki), qty-49957 NosTrouser Combat Gaberdine Polyester & Cotton Disruptive 1998 Pattern (Shade Mineral Khaki) qty- 49943 Nos
Kit was the first to collect himself and put distance between his Jewish gaberdine and Nick's furred velvet.