black-coated black-coated


  • (adj) coated with black


  1. In Manhattan's midtown diamond district, Palanpuri businessmen sitting beneath portraits of their saint, Mahavira, now run shops side by side with black-coated Hasidim from Brooklyn.
  2. One recent Friday, a procession of black-coated ultra-Orthodox Jews hurrying through Damascus Gate toward the Western Wall ran into a crowd of prayer-going Arabs.
  3. At the Tel Aviv office of Israel's Chief Rabbi Isser Unterman, twelve black-coated rabbis solemnly recited their afternoon prayers and then sold several thousand acres of Israeli.


  • Rule the Rocks aims to snuff tobacco use among youths

    Jacob Batwinas walked over to the anti-tobacco display in Swanny City Park last week and looked at some photos on a poster. They showed the effects of smoking and chewing tobacco – worn teeth, cavities, gum disease, stained teeth and a black-coated tongue.
    on June 27, 2013     Source: The Moab Times-Independent


  • "Cheney stood out in a sea of black-coated world leaders because he was wearing an olive drab parka with a fur-trimmed hood," Givhan wrote in Friday's Post, also mocking Cheney's knit ski cap embroidered with the words "Staff 2001" and his...
    on Jan 28, 2005 By: Robin Givhan Source: FOXNews

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