green cap

green cap

symbol of bankruptcy. [Eur. Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 390–391]
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She wore a moss-coloured velvet jerkin with cinnamon sleeves, slim, brown, cross-gartered hose, a dainty little green cap with a hawk's feather caught in a jewel, and a hooded cloak lined with dull red.
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RYAN HARRIS wants his Baggy Green cap back and intends to wear it all the way through the Ashes.
There were suggestions that Robson faced a conflict of loyalties when it came to deciding his international future with current Australia batsman Chris Rogers, who played for Middlesex, trying to persuade him to pursue a Baggy Green cap rather than the blue of England.
The deception was revealed after William Appleby, 37, seen wearing a cream jacket and a green cap, and crack cocaine addict Darren Hunter, 31, wearing a dark jacket and a red scarf, were jailed for three years and nine months and four-and-ahalf years respectively.
During his decades beneath the Baggy Green cap, the best Ponting could hope for from English cricket fans was grudging respect.
Henriques continued to stutter and stumble over words when discussing his selection, but with the first of four Tests against India starting tomorrow, Henriques still has time to settle the nerves before pulling on the baggy green cap.
The green cap sold at Bonhams yesterday was the standard FAW issue rather than one of Meredith's own creations (green was the colour of all official FAW caps before the First World War).
He was last seen wearing blue shorts, a white polo shirt, trainers and a green cap.
An added worry is EC proposals to green CAP farm subsidies, which could duplicate Glastir's remit.
Reports claimed Ponting was ready to ditch the baggy green cap for a stint in county cricket, but 'Punter' insists he wants to continue at international level.
Douglas, pictured, was looking healthy and relaxed, as he arrived back in a zipped top, black trousers and a green cap.