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“With her oval face and hooded abaya, she looked like a black-robed madonna.”
“Tall, black-robed young women walked up and down the aisles holding out boxes of Kleenex just as Catholics pass the offertory plate during mass.”
“Mr. Makuakane, who plays a black-robed priest, later heard that an elderly couple stood up and left during the dance during his most recent performance of the piece in Honolulu in February.”
“Its military chief fought in Afghanistan and Algeria, and a fair percentage of the clusters of black-robed women on its shopping streets wear the niqab, or face veil.”
“Even now, I could see the monks gathering, whispering and plotting, sending out the black-robed temple guards to drag me to that dark pit gaping in the very center of their twisted, cyclopean temple.”
“The crowd, at times numbering more than 100,000, was a colorful, sometimes incongruous cross section of Iranian society: dissident students in jeans; women shrouded in the black chador, the traditional head-to-foot veil; peasants and merchants; and most important the bearded, black-robed Muslim mullahs, the religious leaders of the Shi'ite branch of Islam.”
“It's become easier for judges to stand out from the black-robed crowd thanks to the blogs and other sites that link to humorous rulings, including Mr. McClurg's own lawhaha.com.”
“However, if the stigma and the stereotype are allowed to blindly thrive too long, they may indeed start to feel alienated in a society where they are looked upon as mysterious black-robed creatures, to be pitied and handled with care.”
“What did these blank-faced, black-robed benchwarmers think?”
“People know about the presidency and the congress, but those nine black-robed justices are a complete enigma.”
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