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soutane

RC Church a priest's cassock
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In fact, for Joyce, irony may even function as a kind of literary soutane. He uses his linguistic power to discipline the other components.
Et d'un point de vue vestimentaire, la soutane disparait, au profit d'un costume sombre, avec ou sans col romain, selon les sensibilites.
Father Palazon was praying, motionless between the two extended lines, impassive as a Roman before the wild wind that fluttered his soutane. Nevertheless, when their looks crossed, it made him glance away.
The "Working Sacristy" where altar boys donned their red soutane, white surplice, white collar and bow-tie is shown in the lower picture while the Priests' Sacristy is on the other side of the building.
(iii) soutane: cassock or robe such as that worn by priests or by members of the parlement de Paris.
The Paddybats, the straps that would fly out of the soutane like vipers' tongues, the beatings amidst the prayers - whack!
Prarond tells us that, according to Charles, "son pere aurait porte la soutane avant de porter le bonnet rouge"--a reference to Francois Baudelaire's ordination as a priest in 1783.
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Batala a ceci de commun avec Lange qu'il aime les deguisements, et les protagonistes n'auraient pas du negliger les pouvoirs du port de la soutane, meme si, contrairement aux invectives anticlericales, l'habit noir ne transfor-mait pas les cures en corbeaux capables de s'envoler.
Generally, priests discarded the soutane when they undertook manual work.
For example, a soutane for a Maginn boursier cost 48l.
Geoffrey Elliott remembers his grandfather's three-piece suits as 'impregnated with the fragrance of the rich Yenidje tobacco that was the lifeblood of his business, much as an elderly priest's soutane might carry the faint breath of incense'.