He was not fat and dressed in Irish wools and chewing a cigar.
Except for the nylon parkas, which included one in a poncho style with a quilted red satin lining, the coats were made in English wools.
And for so much as the more part of the commonalty of the realm find themselves sore grieved with the matelote of wools, that is to wit, a toll of forty shillings for every sack of wool, and have made petition to us to release the same; we, at their requests, have clearly released it, and have granted for us and our heirs that we shall not take such thing nor any other without their common assent and goodwill; saving to us and our heirs the custom of wools, skins, and leather, granted before by the commonalty aforesaid.
Some of the wool had the stiffness of military cloth, and, of course, I thought of the kind of wools that Azzedine Alaia likes to use for his coats.
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