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  • I picture Una getting ready in her bedroom, after tea, after her homework, buttoning her Gabardine coat and wrapping her Benetton scarf about her neck, and as I think about these actions, the memory becomes clearer, focused more sharply, until I can see the label of the cassette tape sitting on her dresser.

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  • To sit in sunlight with other old men, from Ted Kooser: The Atlantic Monthly: Poetry: Gabardine

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  • To sit in sunlight with other old men, from Ted Kooser: The Atlantic Monthly: Poetry: Gabardine

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  • Gabardine: Firm, tightly woven twill fabric, often worsted wool, but sometimes made of cotton and synthetic fibers.

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  • And you who read! you unconvicted Convict -- you murderer, though haply you have slain no one -- you Felon in posse if not in esse -- deal gently with one who has used the Opportunity that has failed thee -- and believe that the Truthful and the Beautiful bloom sometimes in the dock and the convict's tawny Gabardine!


  • Gabardine, a water-repellent fabric invented by Burberry, got its first mention from Shakespeare.

  • I had the yellow and white boucle from my trip to Michael's Fabrics last fall so I just had to have the Gabardine to go with it.

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  • London 1981 The high waisted Gabardine trousers 30's style worn with the authentic leather WWI bomber jacket over bare chest. - Articles related to Dokic stars with Greek play


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