raincoat


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Synonyms for raincoat

a water-resistant coat

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It is transparent so that it would still be viewed by the devotees,' Badong said, explaining that even if the Nazareno is covered by the raincoat, wiping cloth on the image would still be manageable.
I guess he went off then to have his raincoat cleaned.
SPLASH OUT: Spot raincoat and wellies (PS45 and PS38) from Cath Kidston; Tisbury yellow jacket, PS89.
Baracuta hope the pounds 185 Ramsey Raincoat will catch on with fans.
Hardy and versatile, a raincoat is many a business traveller's best friend.
However, it appears that Mr Nemi Lal was struck by lightning and regardless of whether he was wearing a helmet, rubber raincoat and safety shoes or not, the result would surely be the same.
Leading the British challenge is John Gosden, who runs both Raincoat and the Voltigeur winner and Derby fourth Lucarno.
Appropriately named Raincoat, the heavily structured, semi-gloss finish is applied directly over bare metal and allows painted structures to be exposed to even extreme weather conditions within half an hour, without rain spotting, surface blooming or any loss of film performance.
In a Dybbuk's Raincoat is a hardcover anthology of collected poetry by California lyricist and poetry teacher Bert Meyers (1928-1979).
RACING: Raincoat had trainer John Gosden talking about the Vodafone Derby after an encouraging victory in the Weatherbys Bank Blue Riband Trial Stakes at Epsom.
Raincoat scored on his only outing at Sandown last term but John Gosden's runner may struggle to cope with his four rivals here - all of whom have had the benfit of a run this term.
Why would an individual wear a jacket, sweatshirt, sweater, raincoat, or overcoat on a bright sunny day when others are dressed in short-sleeved shirts?
Wet fur is simply not an option for today's well-traveled weiner dog--protect him with the Wagwear raincoat, which features removable quilted lining and a safety reflector strip for high visibility, $98-$125.
A man wearing a yellow hooded raincoat robbed the US Bank branch at 1685 W.