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“Dr. Katzman wore only khakis and penny-loafers: his wavy black locks of hair hanging down on a roll-neck navy-blue cotton pull-over sweater; beneath a rumpled navy sport-coat.”
“A thin, older man in a disheveled herringbone sport-coat was standing there with a bundle of books under one arm, smiling kindly.”
“And that's the part Ryan played this week in Tampa, nattily dressed in a sport-coat, tie and cap-toe shoes, "set" as he says in his native Texan, in the second row behind the dugout.”
“I agree, and I'd like to add that your credibility is enhanced by the sharp sport-coat and smart hair-cut.”
“At each, the sport-coat army dutifully (and in orderly fashion) rose to its feet and ... clapped.”
“It seems strange that a people could age so much in such a short time, but the sport-coat army did.”
“From the file folded in half in his sport-coat pocket, O'Riley pulled out the photo of Joy Starr and handed it to the woman.”
“Halvorsen thought furiously, and for a moment one hand clawed under his sport-coat where there was a .38 in a clamshell holster.”
“Luckily, Billy Beane, in a similar sport-coat look - undoubtedly pricier than mine - spotted me in the second row and said, Looks like you and I were the only ones to get the dress memo.”
“He kept stuff in it," the 5-year-old explained while wearing his own plastic stovepipe hat, construction paper beard and a black sport-coat and pants.”
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