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  • The red-cloaked kindergartners repeated, “We are stars!”

    Spa©e headz

  • Just saying the word with its sharp-heeled 'k,'for some conjures up jackboots and bloodthirsty pillaging, red-cloaked Tsarist soldiers and the Napoleonic Wars; for others the word brings to mind entertainment -- those people doing that dance where you squat and cross your arms and kick and shout "ho!" a lot, and wear a furry hat, and maybe have a curved sword at your side...

    The WritingYA Weblog: Buckle Your Swash: Under Radar Reccomendations

  • The play stunned the Gopher fans, and whipped the legion of red-cloaked Badger fans into a frenzy.

    USATODAY.com - Scores

  • Gaffer Brown and Gammer Jones took the matter as it came, and the rosy-cheeked, red-cloaked village lasses sate under their broad hats entirely unmoved.

    The Virginians

  • He's been moved from Castle Oblivion at the instruction of an enigmatic red-cloaked figure named DiZ, and is now connected to a world named Twilight Town, where his destiny is about to become entangled with that of a young boy called Roxas.

    Kingdom Hearts II Post-Mortem

  • So Forrest knocked-and in a moment a red-cloaked woman answered.

    Faun & Games

  • Agarin cursed and hammered his heels into his horse's side, hoping to break through the red-cloaked enemy and rally his men.

    Ghost King

  • The red-cloaked Horse Guards sat motionless clutching their sabres and thinking of metal polish and sex.

    Funeral In Berlin

  • Again the farm-lady goes away, and returns bearing a small bottle of medicine, that she bids the red-cloaked woman give the sick girl in about an hour.

    Gladys, the Reaper

  • Mrs Gilmour only smiled at this, not venturing to explain that the invaders mistook the red-cloaked, tall-hatted women of the Principality, who were ranged along the crests of their native mountains, for British regiments on the march to annihilate them; and so, capitulated to avoid capture!

    Bob Strong's Holidays Adrift in the Channel

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