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Surcoat
   is the heraldic term for   
A Loose, Light Coat Worn over Armour
Marty Robbins
   released the single   
A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)
1957; #1 on the Billboard C&W chart; peaked at #2 on the pop chart
Dolly Parton
   released the album   
Coat of Many Colors (1971)
McCloud
   refers to   
Wore a Stetson and a Sheepskin Coat
Starred Dennis Weaver
Coat
   means   
Evenly Cover Food With Flour, Crumbs or a Batter
Glaze
   means   
Coat With a Liquid That Gives a Shiny Surface
Egg wash or milk on pastry or water on nearly finished loaves, provide glaze.
Coat
   in French is   
Manteau
Coat
   in Portuguese is   
Revestimento
Anodize
   means   
To Coat Metal With an Oxide Film
Performed through electrolysis. Enhances durability
Weasel and Stoat
   means   
Coat
Gild
   is   
To Thinly Coat With Gold
Also, to adorn something past the point of practicality as in, 'gilded lily'
50c
   features on the   
Coat of Arms
Designed by Stuart Devlin
50c
   features on the   
Coat of Arms
Traditional standard design. Released 2001. Celebrating the Centenary of Federation. Also available are NSW, ACT, Qld, Vic, Norfolk Island, NT, WA, SA and Tas State Centenary of Federation coins.
Monaco 5c
   has   
The Grimaldi Coat of Arms
Around the perimeter of each coin the inscription MONACO is printed on the top, the year and the hallmark on the bottom, and twelve stars divided between the right and left sides
Monaco 2c
   has   
The Grimaldi Coat of Arms
Around the perimeter of each coin the inscription MONACO is printed on the top, the year and the hallmark on the bottom, and twelve stars divided between the right and left sides
Monaco 1c
   has   
The Grimaldi Coat of Arms
Around the perimeter of each coin the inscription MONACO is printed on the top, the year and the hallmark on the bottom, and twelve stars divided between the right and left sides
A Chihuahua ( Long Coat )
   is classed as a   
Toy
A Chihuahua ( Smooth Coat )
   is classed as a   
Toy
Hauberk
   is the heraldic term for   
A Twisted Coat of Mail
Roan
   is   
Coat Colour of a Horse
Any colour with white hairs mixed into it.
Apple
   has a variety named   
Leather Coat
Apple
   has a variety named   
Rusty Coat
Pop Goes the Weasel
   possibly originated from   
Pawning One's Coat or Iron
Workers would pawn an object when they ran short of money for food near the end of the week. A weasel could be a flat iron or 'weasel and stoat' is Cockney rhyming slang for "coat"
Coat
   in German is   
Mantel
Coat
   in Spanish is   
Abrigo
The Major and the Minor (1942)
   contains the line   
"Why Don't You Get out of That Wet Coat and Into a Dry Martini?"
Coat
   is missing from the title of   
___ of Many Colors
Dolly Parton (1971)
Joe D'Amato
   directed   
Red Coat (1974)
Bill Cormack, a Canadian Mountie, chases a wanted outlaw and fugitive Cariboo across the Canadian Rockies.
Kirtle
   is   
A Tunic or Short Coat Reaching to the Knees
Burnt Coat Harbor Lighthouse
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
1872 - Maine
Coat
   in Macedonian is   
капут
The Doggett’s Coat and Badge
   is awarded in   
Rowing
Is the prize and name for the oldest rowing race in the world. It has been held every year since 1715
Diego Velázquez
   painted   
Joseph's Bloody Coat Brought to Jacob
1630, oil on canvas; Patrimonio Nacional, Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid
Georgia O'Keeffe
   painted   
Lake George, Coat and Red
1919, oil on canvas; The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Dolly Parton
   performed   
Coat of Many Colours
1968
Bob Dylan
   performed   
Man In the Long Black Coat
1989
Marty Robbins
   performed   
A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)
1957
King Brothers
   performed   
A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)
1957
Terry Dene
   performed   
A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation)
1957
Hangnail
   is a bundle word for   
Coat Hook
Put on Your Coat
   in Maori is   
Purua Tō Koti
Koti is a transliteration of coat.
Raincoat
   in French is   
Imperméable
Waistcoat
   in American would be   
Vest
Emulsion Side
   is described as   
The Side of the Film Coated With Emulsion.
In contact printing and enlarging, the emulsion side of the film-dull side-should face the emulsion side of the photo paper-shiny side.
Raincoat
   in Portuguese is   
Impermeável
Coated Lens
   is described as   
A Lens Covered With a Very Thin Layer of Transparent Material
Reduces the amount of light reflected by the surface of the lens.






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