a double-breasted overcoat of military cut.
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The silly ass of a porter had carted all my baggage on board, including the leave warrant, which was in my British-warm pocket.Sixty Squadron R.A.F.
Group-Captain A. J. L. Scott
an army officer's short thick overcoat
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