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“He has a suitably supercilious-acting Aaron Loux, as the Cock, shake his yellow-clad booty—festooned by what looks like a cotton tail and a spray of tail-feathers—at Fox and audience alike.”
“One day after winning gold in the 200, Bolt was devastating down the home stretch of the relay and threw his yellow-clad chest across the line for a time of 37.04 seconds—the only world record in nine days of competition.”
“He finished with an apt flourish, lifting it over the advancing keeper to trigger jubilation from the yellow-clad hordes.”
“There were also horses, a cart, and an enormous, yellow-clad statue of Emperor Qin Si Huang.”
“Every attempt at goal had the 6-foot-3, yellow-clad goalkeeper streaking off his line to give the defenders a furious rollicking.”
“James Hookway/The Wall Street Journal In late 2008, a group of yellow-clad royalist protesters took over the Bangkok airport, forcing an unpopular government to quit.”
“Sondhi Limthongkul is the 62-year-old media mogul who formed the yellow-clad royalist group, which calls itself the People's Alliance for Democracy, or PAD.”
“The Edward Jones Dome was pretty much equally divided between orange-clad Illinois backers and yellow-clad Missouri partisans.”
“So it was that John McCain arrived at The Ohio State University Thursday, before a crowd of yellow-clad supporters of the Lance Armstrong Foundation, a group devoted improving the treatment and prevention of cancer.”
“In 2008, Mr. Sondhi and his yellow-clad allies in the People's Alliance for Democracy helped force the collapse of a government led by Mr. Thaksin's brother-in-law by occupying and shutting down Bangkok's international airports for a week as army and police looked on.”
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