They are gazing on with some measure of admiration as Havel speaks, wearing a parka, on the way from prison to the palace.
The parka, obviously once expensive, now showed wear at the elbows and rips at the cuffs.
Entrance begins at a steep $20 per person, which covers the cost of gloves and a parka.
The parka is a garment made like a large hooded shirt coming to the knee.
Pete took off his cap and parka and dropped them on a chair.
One must resort to the parka, the native costume with the long fur boots, if he wishes to be able to resist the cold.
An hour passed and the boy was thankful he had thought to bring his parka.
Her parka, the hood thrown back, was of some strange fur of palest silver.
I had rather seen him dressed in a parka, with an axe over his shoulder.
The hood of the parka with its fur edged face opening cannot be excelled for head and neck protection.
1780, from Aleut parka, from Russian parka "a pelt or jacket made from pelt," from Samoyed.