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As she huddled into the warmth of her heavy stormcoat, bracing herself for the long walk across the snow-blown parking lot, she realized she was praying.
And already he was into his stormcoat and on his way to parley with the ragged boy posted like a sentry on the highway of his destiny.
The forward door was open and the conductor in his stormcoat walked in.
You remember, we could not decide what use to make of your old, tan cravenette stormcoat?
I have already planned in my mind a pretty rag rug for you, to be made from your old, garnet merino shirtwaist, combined with your discarded cravenette stormcoat.
The one they sent home the stormcoat with the thick lining must have cost $10 - tells you a thing or two about their margins, right?, but believe me, I don't pay list.