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  • The episode about the young suicide bomber begins as a black-garbed militant, his eyes ringed with kohl, stalks the sidelines of young Raheem Gul's cricket match.

    Pakistan TV dramatizes fight against terrorism

  • But not this night, for there, sidling up beside Cecil, comes Walsingham, the black-garbed schoolmaster.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • He stands apart from all the rest, a black-garbed, solemn presence observing the proceedings with a faint smile.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • His graphic novels contain real-life Jewish wisdom embodied in a tough, tall, black-garbed hero who looks like Clint Eastwood's Jewish cousin -- except that Harvey always shoots from his brain, never from his hip.

    Jewish Folklore Rides Again With Rabbi Harvey Of The Wild West (PHOTOS)

  • Hundreds (thousands?) of black-garbed marchers slowly walked through the streets to the mournful sounds of hollow drumbeats.

    Semana Santa Holy Week in San Miguel de Allende

  • This is the arrest of the black-hatted, black-garbed and black-hearted villain -- not the Cattle baron behind the scenes purportedly running the show, but the Jack Palance hired-gun who is the real villain of the psychodrama in his Otherness, in his representation of the Jungian Shadow.

    Freeform Critique

  • All but one of the guards had fled, abandoning their weapons and their uniforms, and there were already black-garbed gunmen in the museum garden.

    The Whisperers

  • The watcher gaped at the black-garbed animal who sprang at his throat.

    The Black Madonna

  • At 7: 15 a.m., a black-garbed Philippe steps onto the wire and initiates a delicate dance of tightrope showmanship, which lasts almost an hour.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • Instinctively Keristillax breathed, spewing a white wave of frost that roared like a hurricane, burying the black-garbed man in a deadly cloud.

    Father Swarat


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