"This case has been portrayed as being all black and white and my client is wearing a black hat," Sercarz tells The Daily Beast.
A bidder next to me paid £3,000 for a black hat, determined to come away with “something.”
Hastings is said to have an unofficial “uniform” of his own, which consists of jeans, a gray T-shirt, and a black hat.
Someone else then threw a black hat at Ahmadinejad, prompting his handlers to panic and rush the leader to the stadium.
They called it the “Take off the black hat” campaign and the changes came immediately, Yang claimed.
A pleasing variety is sometimes obtained by using a colored underfacing on a black hat.
It was the Klondike person, radiant in the costume of black and the black hat.
We were in mourning for an aunt, so she wore a dress of fine black voile, and a black hat with long feathers.
She had on a black hat, over which a white veil was fastened.
She wore a black gown, without ornamentation, and a black hat of graceful form.
: the black-hat rustler in the horse opera
: They do not try to penetrate security systems or conduct clandestine tests... ''There is no black-hatting''
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