"Nor a mantle, nor a cape, nor a--how do you call it?--a sports coat
Her mother posted on Facebook: "Daughter has just been grabbed by a man 30-40, black trousers, black sports coat
zipped all the way up and a hood up.
"He was always in a sports coat
and always had a smile, always asked how you and your family were doing.
Velasco, the pint-sized puncher who brought home the light-flyweight silver from Atlanta in 1996, was dressed in a dark sports coat
and was bubbly as always.
I clearly remember recognising that I was going into the "red", heaven forbid, in my second year when I splashed out on a designer sports coat
instead of buying a perfectly suitable one from the high street.
Obama's appearance electrified the courthouse; people from outside the courthouse desperately tried to get a glimpse of Obama, who wore a sports coat
and shirt but no tie.
On the night of his disappearance he was wearing a dark Ralph Lauren winter sports coat
with a red logo, a black polo t-shirt, black Lacoste jeans and black Lacoste trainers.
Sitting with Jebraily at a small, microphone-studded table, Zibakalam, dressed in an open-collared shirt and dark blue sports coat
over his trademark suspenders, first argued that conservatives' anti-American rhetoric was harming Iran's national interest.
During workdays, he's in long-sleeved shirts, khakis and day-to-night slippers, with an emergency suit jacket or sports coat
"Grutch came out wearing a bright red sports coat
and Mazz walking out in a baby blue sports coat
, and it came down to a two-point game.''
One trend he's seen is that businessmen are buying more dual-purpose golf attire, especially shirts that are functional on the course but look fine under a sports coat
for business or lunch.
This was followed by the selfpenned A White Sports Coat
And A Pink Carnation - covered in the UK by The King Brothers - then The Story Of My Life, a No 1 hit in Great Britain by Michael Holliday.