“Beginning pre-war, in the 1930s, there were groups of industrialists, which we found out were collaborating in the shadows, the "cagoule" they were called ... and they went on to build and lead (or already were) some of the biggest companies in France (L'Oreal, Renault, etc) just as Standard Oil and others had done in the U.S.”
“The ECC is old, quiet and draped in a cladding of house dust and summer‑tog cagoule.”
“The rain rattled on a modern cagoule hood, rather than on a Gallic pattern helmet.”
“Best go with the sheet and you can put your cagoule on underneath.”
“I did not get up many Munros last year and so have missed the genteel banter of the wellies and cagoule brigade: "It's still raining"; "There's a good three-for-two offer at Tiso's"; and: "I cannae wait to get these aff.”
“Just the list of essentials each competitor was obliged to carry three Sundays ago had a whiff of those resolute years when the race was developed, a cagoule being listed as a necessity.”
“I could walk there in my dripping cagoule and muddy boots and spend an hour browsing the shelves.”
“A cagoule and brolly might seem sufficient but to be safe it might be best to take along a small boat.”
“When you're wearing a cagoule all day, it's not that much hassle to wrap a jumper around your waist.”
“Granted, sweet nothings won't be heard on this bit of the four-mile route, and nobody looks their best in a cagoule – but it's not every day you get to climb behind a waterfall.”
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