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  • The strong performance from the clothing and accessories retailer—known for its classic raincoats and famous red, black and camel-colored check design—accentuated the increasing gulf between luxury brands whose customers are continuing to spend and the retail sector in general, which is suffering from slumping demand as consumers cut back on everyday spending.

    Global Demand Buoys Burberry

  • Her muscles were straining just to keep her from splashing like a gigantic amoeba into the cushions of the camel-colored couch.

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  • The British clothing and accessories company—known for its classic raincoats and famous red, black and camel-colored check design—reported net profit of £208.4 million $339.6 million, up from £81.4 million last year, and raised its full-year dividend by 43% to 20 pence.

    Chinese Demand Boosts Burberry

  • He waved to guards at Benghazi port's main gate as he drove past them in his camel-colored SUV, tipping his sunglasses down from his oiled black curls on his way to greet a Turkish and Emirati aid ship as it docked.

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  • Samantha was also spotted on Tuesday at the train station in a blouse, dark wash jeans, black flats and a camel-colored coat.

    Samantha Cameron's $1,190 Dress Raises Eyebrows In England (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • The company behind the red, black and camel-colored check design that adorns its handbags, clothing and accessories reported a 26% rise in profit before tax and exceptional items, the key figure watched by the market, to £162 million $260.3 million, ahead of consensus forecasts of £160.3 million.

    Burberry Profits From Luxury Demand

  • The blonde wore a camel-colored double-breasted suit with a black turtleneck.

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  • And you came out in a pair of camel-colored slacks and a cashmere sweater and looked absolutely stunning - and I wished I could look that good - and apologized to us because your luggage had been lost, and your beautiful, flowing, you know, full-length gown that we expected you to be in was missing, and you begged forgiveness and asked that we listen to you in your pair of slacks.

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  • He was wearing a camel-colored crew knit shirt and khaki pants.

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  • The company, known for its camel-colored plaid pattern, became the latest in a series of luxury-goods companies to report sales and profit rises in recent weeks.

    Burberry, Back in Black, Accelerates Growth

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