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“I do not have the honour to wear “l'habit vert”, this remarkable green, gold-braided uniform.”
“His own square bulk, he was painfully aware, was better suited to the rigors and scanty garb of a foundry than to the gold-braided scarlet and a drawing room.”
“The council members, adorned in traditional keffiyahs and gold-braided regalia, pleaded with Norris for more public-works projects.”
“Others have simply "disappeared," as if the U.S. government were some Latin American junta whose generals wear gold-braided epaulets as big as vultures.”
“And all at once I fancied that in the very centre of one of the avenues, between clipped walls of green, a cavalier came tripping along in red-heeled boots, a gold-braided coat, with lace ruffs at his wrists, a light steel rapier at his thigh, smilingly offering his arm to a lady in a powdered wig and a gay chintz ....”
“Indeed, he knew that he, along with all the admirals in the Pacific Fleet, as well as those gold-braided flat hats back in Washington, would not evensuggest that Halsey hold back his fleet.”
“Porters in gold-braided livery patrolled the long lines of the hungry and the jobless, queuing up for an hours escape at the movies.”
“His new uniform, a resplendent midnight blue tuxedo with gold-braided epaulets on the shoulders to match the buttons on the jacket, struck exactly the note he was hoping to achieve.”
“I told of myself among the princes and kings, the generals with their gold-braided uniforms.”
“Bulldog-faced Commodore Fleser in his blue-black gold-braided uniform, of course, would not be able to see the vatch.”
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