Knee-deep in the water, with drooping head and half-shut eyes, drowsed a red-coated, many-antlered buck.
The red-coated, many-antlered buck acknowledged the lordship of the spirit of the place and dozed knee-deep in the cool, shaded pool.
A sound of scrambling accompanied the song, and the spirit of the place fled away on the heels of the red-coated buck.
ENVIRONMENT minister Therese Coffey has driven the final nail in the coffin of bloodthirsty red-coated
yobbos who want to bring back fox hunting.
Which round, red-coated
cheese is named after a North Holland town?
But does anyone now miss the gangs of red-coated
half-witted upper class twits charging over the fields on Sunday mornings?
In the novel the building isn't completely accurate geographically but that atmosphere is there, I could easily imagine that flash of Carmel's red coat as she went down the endless corridors in much the same way as the red-coated
figure disappears down the dark, mysterious alleys of night time Venice.
THE band strikes up, the crowd cheers, the lights glow on the white sawdust of the circus ring, the spotlights strike the red-coated
figure of the Ringmaster as he announces: "Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to Zippo's Circus.
The raiders, who arrived at the scene on three scooters, drove away moments after the red-coated
pensioner began lashing out at them with the large black handbag in February.
The raiders, who had arrived at the scene on three scooters yesterday morning, drove away just moments after the red-coated
pensioner began lashing out at them with the large black handbag.
THE band strikes up, the lights glow on the white sawdust of the circus ring and the spotlights strike the red-coated
figure of the Ringmaster as he announces: Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to Zippo's Circus, the best circus in Britain
Saturday, they will don their red-coated
uniforms with pristine roses on the shoulder as part of the Pasadena City College Tournament of Roses Honor Band and march down Colorado Boulevard in the annual parade.