Come to see me, prince; we'll take off those gaiters
of yours and dress you up in a smart fur coat, the best we can buy.
But the deep regular breathing, still going on while the other was taking off his worn shoes and gaiters, and still continuing when he had laid aside his coat and cravat, became at length a strong provocative to curiosity, and incentive to get a glimpse of the sleeper's face.
'Look!' he said, holding up his shoes and gaiters. 'That's a poor trim for a gentleman, you'll say.
Had he consented to discard his trousers and gaiters
like the rest of us, and to hunt in a flannel shirt and a pair of veldt-schoons, it would have been all right.
On entering the dining-room, by the orders of the individual in gaiters
, Rebecca found that apartment not more cheerful than such rooms usually are, when genteel families are out of town.
The eloquent Pickwick, with one hand gracefully concealed behind his coat tails, and the other waving in air to assist his glowing declamation; his elevated position revealing those tights and gaiters
, which, had they clothed an ordinary man, might have passed without observation, but which, when Pickwick clothed them--if we may use the expression--inspired involuntary awe and respect; surrounded by the men who had volunteered to share the perils of his travels, and who were destined to participate in the glories of his discoveries.
He was in his library (I mean Doctor Strong was), with his clothes not particularly well brushed, and his hair not particularly well combed; his knee-smalls unbraced; his long black gaiters unbuttoned; and his shoes yawning like two caverns on the hearth-rug.
But, sitting at work, not far from Doctor Strong, was a very pretty young lady - whom he called Annie, and who was his daughter, I supposed - who got me out of my difficulty by kneeling down to put Doctor Strong's shoes on, and button his gaiters, which she did with great cheerfulness and quickness.
He would have taken his gaiters off his legs, to give away.
He had on a loose double-skirted dark brown jacket bound tight to his body with a white cloth; he wore besides breeches and gaiters
of brown cloth, and on his head a brown montera; and he had the gaiters
turned up as far as the middle of the leg, which verily seemed to be of pure alabaster.
Well, now, Flavell in his shabby black gaiters
, pleading that he thought the Lord had sent him and his wife a good dinner, and he had a right to knock it down, though not a mighty hunter before the Lord, as Nimrod was--I assure you it was rather comic: Fielding would have made something of it--or Scott, now--Scott might have worked it up.
One tiny creature in blue plush was casting despairing glances after a very small lord of creation who was walking away with a toddling belle in white, while a second young gentleman in gorgeous purple gaiters
was endeavoring to console the deserted damsel.
Then only was he permitted to be seen, spectacularly poring over large books, and casting his breeches and gaiters
into the general weight of the establishment.
Another newcomer in the Ka range is the limited-edition Design version, which costs pounds 300 more than the entry model and comes with a CD player, central locking, tailgate release, electric windows and a blue leather steering wheel with matching leather gear knob, gaiter
and clock surround.
Equipment levels are high and include climate control, four airbags, six-disc CD autochanger, a leather-rimmed steering wheel, gear knob and gaiter
, electrically heated and adjustable door mirrors, front fog lights, on-board computer, remote central locking with alarm, front sports seats and front electric windows.