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loose long overcoat of heavy fabric

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e f Among those cheering the side e on was Holywood superstar golfer Rory McIlroy whose pre-match good luck to the Ulstermen certainly paid off.
I know, at a rough count, several hundred Ulstermen. I am going to guess that is several hundred more than Mr Huddleston.
The two Ulstermen are going head to head for the prestigious gong after lighting up the world of golf, the Daily Mail reports.
To nobody's surprise, Ulstermen Graeme McDowell and Rory McIlroy were partners and so were Italians Edoardo and Francesco Molinari, the first brothers to play in the match since 1963.
Next: UK citizens can be proud Scotsmen, Welshmen and Ulstermen as well as proud Britons.
Klitschko to KO Johnson 6pts 1-2 Stan James WBO and IBF heavyweight world champion Vitali Klitschko has a 92 per cent career knockout record and American challenger Kevin Johnson is the 8-1 underdog who looks likely to be the next victim to feel the full force of the Ukrainian's straightright combos Boxing, page 121 Charlton v Stockport 2pts 3-4 Totesport The Addicks are flying and would expect to take all three points off struggling Stockport Mark Langdon, page 135 Ulster +6 v Stade Francais 2pts 10-11 Bet365, Blue Square The Ulstermen are a strong proposition at home Rugby union, page 122
Headlining are Stiff Little Fingers tribute RIGID DIGITS playing all the hits of the Ulstermen including Suspect Device, Nobody's Hero and Alternative Ulster.
With Gopperth expertly pulling the strings and hard midfield runners bashing the holes, it had looked like being a tough evening for the Ulstermen as they spent the opening 40 on the back foot.
Poland must pull up their socks if they hope to take second place as they're a further three adrift of the Ulstermen on 10, but have a game in hand.
Toshack admits to being impressed by the Ulstermen's triumphs over Spain and England in Belfast but wants his experimental side to remember the defeats their hosts have also suffered.
The Ulstermen will hope to build on the superb victory against Spain earlier this month.
Some would argue that by 1780, perhaps seven out of every ten settlers were Scotsmen and this figure would rise if one included Ulstermen as Scottish.
The outbreak of World War I further muddied the waters, as did the delay between that event and passage of a home rule bill suspended for the duration of the war and accompanied by a pledge that the Ulstermen would not be coerced into an autonomous Ireland.
With Northern Ireland Secretary John Reid, he will attend a commemoration for the 85th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme in Thiepval, France, which claimed the lives of thousands of Ulstermen.
The occasion sent Ulstermen delirious with joy but it was not about rugby technique or flowing play.