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And they kissed each other, again and again, the one with white hair and the other with the prisoner's 'capote.'
As we were busy about her the rain fell in torrents, and I found my blanket capote of great service.
At her right was her older daughter patching, by firelight, the sleeve of a blue cloth capote.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
Walter plodded after the others, head lowered, capote hood pulled down over his cap to his eyes.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
They replenished the fire, and stretched out side by side, feet to the blaze, and heads wrapped in their capote hoods.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
The strenuous exercise kept body and limbs warm, but in spite of his capote hood Walter had to rub and slap his face frequently.
SOUTH FROM HUDSON BAYE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
Hastily donning my fur capote, cap and mittens, and taking my loaded musket, I left the quarters without encountering any person.
THE CRYPTOGRAMWILLIAM MURRAY GRAYDON
"I'll use this," he shouted, turning up the capote of his ulster, while the cape thrashed furiously in the wind.
The friar was still wrapped in his gray capote and hood, shod with sandals, and decorated with the cord of St. Francis.
Quitronme el uniforme de Capitn, y me pusieron una gorra25 y un capote viejo de soldado.
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