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New Orlean Saints - Logos and Uniforms
... Black, along with old gold and white, has always been one of the team colors, but it wasn't the first choice of original majority owner John W ... resembled that worn by the San Diego Chargers, he settled on black as the primary color as a nod to his financial involvement in the petroleum industry ... "Black gold" is a term synonymous with oil ...
Jacksonville Jaguars - Team Colors and Logos - Uniforms - 2002–2008
... changes to their uniform, each time adding more black to the look ... The team introduced an alternate black jersey in 2002 ... During that same year, the team also introduced alternate black pants, worn with either the white or the teal jersey ...
North American Choral Company - Choirs
... The Vox Animosa uniform is pink or orange tunic top and black pants for girls, while boys wear a black shirt and black pants The Vox Lumina choir is made up of those who have ... While their formal uniforms are black dresses, Vox Lumina members usually wear sparkly tunic tops and black pants ...
Sheriffs In The United States - Sheriff Types By State - New York
... Until recently, most sheriff's officers wore a standardized uniform (black pants and shirt with dark gray straw Stetson hat in the summer and a black felt Stetson hat in the winter with a black Class ... York State Police and Warren County, whose deputy sheriffs wear tan shirts with dark brown pants ... Deputy Sheriffs wear tactical Class B uniforms consisting of black shirts and black pants and a Class A uniform with light blue shirts with darker blue pants ...
Phantom Regiment Drum And Bugle Corps - History
... The corps uniform included black pants with a red wind breaker ... There was a black and white vertical stripe on the left side of the wind breaker ... The guard wore the same wind breaker with black Bermuda shorts and an Aussie style hat ...

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    Dick Gregory (b. 1932)