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Having started life as a sackcloth public declaration of green cred, hybrids now come in all shapes and sizes, including 4x4s with separate motors driving front and back wheels, enhancing traction.
The Black Widow Natasha Romanoff Cosplay Costume embodies the appeal of this intense character and includes a black sackcloth jumpsuit with leather details, black leather belt with black buckle, two black leather belt with bags, black leather fingerless gloves, black leather arm bands, and a pair of black leather shoe covers.
Don't make any pronouncements to your coworkers, don't rend your clothes and don a sackcloth to express your remorse.
Imagine frustration Now we've had an inevitable guest appearance of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (in sackcloth and ashes) to apologise that our police forces are failing to protect women from their assailants.
I wouldn't go as far as to say it was just a bunch of pampered luvvies taking themselves far too seriously, but it did feel a bit like this year's dress code had been changed from black tie to sackcloth and ashes.
When you pray to me wear sackcloth, chain one ankle to an anvil, then slither on your back.
Wearing sackcloth as a sign of mourning, they will protest against the current effort by the Israeli government to force Orthodox Jews into the army.
Once they left he/she would change into a sackcloth suit marked with arrows and the hands secured behind the back using a leather thong.
Hundreds of merchants gather to showcase their wares, which are stored in sackcloth bags.
With them, we "feel [God's] voice/Cleaving cloud and sky," our "skin sinks in sackcloth," and we "[w]alk west in the wind and let/astonishment speak.
2, a designer clothing boutique based in Harborne, and a sister shop called Sackcloth Designs in Stourbridge.
This country experienced poverty and famines and people had to survive on corn and to wear sackcloth but they never left their country.