black gown


black gown
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"чёрная сутана", католический священник

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  • Gown, The Black —    An Academical gown; an official or distinctive dress worn by students and officers of a College or University, and also by officials of a Court of Justice. It is not an ecclesiastical garment, although it was customary during a time of great… …   American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

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  • Geneva gown — n. [see GENEVA BANDS] a long, loose, wide sleeved black gown, worn by many Protestant clergy …   English World dictionary

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