Some articles on wear, wear white, white:
... Army cadets wear khaki uniform ... Naval cadets wear white uniform of Navy ... Air Force cadets wear light blue grey (LBG) uniform ...
... the tradition of the Cowboys wearing their white jersey at home, contrary to an unofficial rule that teams should wear colored jersey at home ... Since then, a number of other teams have worn their white uniforms at home, including the Washington Redskins and Miami Dolphins ... the team lost Super Bowl V, when they were forced to wear their colored jersey because they were the designated home team ...
... sleeves, tan pants, and red socks with black and white stripes ... their team colors to gold and royal blue, with gold helmets, white pants, royal blue uniforms with gold numbers and gold shoulders, white pants with a royal stripe, and solid royal blue socks ... navy blue serif numerals, navy blue shoulders, gold helmets, white pants with a gold-navy-gold stripe, and gold socks with two navy stripes) ...
... Kindergarten students wear green coloured shorts, and a yellow-checked shirt, while girls wear a yellow-checked dress ... Boys, up to the 7th grade, wear white shorts, white half-sleeved shirts, school belt, black shoes, and the school tie (which is dark bottle green with a thin yellow stripes ... From the 8th grade onwards, boys wear full white trousers, a white half- sleeved shirt, the green and yellow striped school belt with school logo in the middle ...
... Girls wear a white blouse and a kelly-blue knee-length pinafore ... Lower secondary boys wear white short trousers ... Upper secondary boys wear white long trousers ...
Famous quotes containing the words white and/or wear:
“Less smooth than her Skin and less white than her breast
Was this pollisht stone beneath which she lyes prest
Stop, Reader, and Sigh while thou thinkst on the rest
With a just trim of Virtue her Soul was endud
Not affectedly Pious nor secretly lewd,
She cut even between the Cocquet and the Prude.”
—Matthew Prior (16641721)
“All the accumulations of life, that wear us outclocks,
bodies, consciousness, shoe, breastsbegotten sonsyour CommunismParanoia into hospitals.”
—Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)