cavalry twill


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cavalry twill

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(Textiles) a strong woollen twill fabric used for trousers, etc
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They walk slowly through the concourse, the white-haired lovers, Bill all shabby corduroy and cavalry twill, June wrapped in fleece.
Boone the chemist who had a shotgun and a pet fox and who looked like a fox himself, always in brown tweed or cavalry twill and deerstalker, and who was followed everywhere by his unmarried daughter May, red hair streaked gray, whose dead mother was Welsh like Daniel's wife's kin.
The trainer is double-handed today with Cavalry Twill and Operachy Charlie Mann has a 40 per cent strike-rate in handicap chases at Southwell over the last four seasons.
He probably wore cavalry twill trousers, not jeans.
Alternatively, add a touch of the military with Warehouse's khaki jet double-breasted blazer, pounds 50, and black cavalry twill double-breasted jacket, pounds 45, River Island's green blazer emblazoned with badges, pounds 39.
Mind you, nobody else did, despite my cavalry twill trousers and elbow-patched tweed sportscoat.
The S-Type reached more customers but still didn't tug the rug of younger punters, who had a block about Jaguar and its cavalry twill and pink gin image.
But the favourite is the country landowner look - hacking jacket, cravat, cavalry twill trousers.