duffel coat


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a warm coat made of duffel

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Semple was saddling his first runner at Goodwood and said: "It's usually Musselburgh with a scarf and duffel coat, so this makes a pleasant surprise.
Bond's London flat, Paddington Bear, the bemused, somewhat accident-prone bear with the floppy rain hat, duffel coat and Wellington boots, has charmed generations of children of all ages and become an entertainment icon worldwide.
There was a big debate about whether it was a donkey jacket or duffel coat.
When she complained of feeling cold (an hour outside London on a summer's day in a nice thick serge uniform) he offered to share his duffel coat with her.
She is described as being of medium build, with grey-blonde hair and was wearing a full length, bright red duffel coat and black trousers.
The thief, described as a black man who wears a black duffel coat with wooden toggles, has struck four times within the last two weeks, said PC Laura Tibbatts.
He was wearing a three-quarter length black duffel coat, white trainers, and possibly shorts.
The film peeks beneath the duffel coat of its fantasist protagonist and reveals the growing pains that propel him to the cusp of adulthood.
That makes about as much sense as a duffel coat in the Bahamas.
The burglar was white, about 5ft 8in, wearing dark clothing and a hooded jacket, possibly a duffel coat.
Cleveland Police said she wore "working clothes", a black duffel coat and a blue short overall.
He was wearing a black duffel coat, black bottoms, white trainers and a black woollen hat.
When last seen he wore a black 3/4 length duffel coat, dark grey trousers with pinstripes, and black shoes.
The young "hero" is tormented teen Oliver Tate (a terrific performance from Roberts), who carries a briefcase, has issues talking to girls, narrates his own story as if he is the hero of a French art house film and sports a snappy black duffel coat.