(1) One wore a white tracksuit with hooded top while the other had dark clothing.(2) He was wearing a dark tracksuit with a hooded top and a scarf around his face.(3) He was wearing a dark tracksuit top and trousers at the time of the attack.(4) He returns, make-up and hair fixed, still dressed in his tracksuit trousers and T-shirt.(5) He was wearing a dark-coloured tracksuit with the hood up and a baseball cap on underneath.(6) The final selection was a navy tracksuit with grey polo shirt for boys, and blue polo shirt for the girls.(7) He described his attacker as white, aged about 16 and wearing a blue tracksuit top and a baseball cap.(8) The man was wearing a black tracksuit , a black windbreaker and a green jersey.(9) The man who was naked from the waist up and wearing tracksuit bottoms, has not yet been identified.(10) He drives to work in Tallaght each morning dressed in a tracksuit and goes for a five-mile run.(11) I don't have any specific clothing preferences, but at most I am a boring dresser, sticking to casual clothes like T-shirts and tracksuits .(12) Among the smartly dressed businessmen a handful of young hospital visitors dressed in tracksuits , trainers and baseball caps look incongruous as they sit smoking in the interior gardens.(13) The teachers around her were all wearing tracksuits and attire that they'd wear whilst teaching.(14) At this point it began producing leisure wear and tracksuits .(15) Two men wore tracksuits with Arabic writing across the back.(16) I was wearing navy blue tracksuits - something that's not skin tight and therefore would allow me to hide my little black gun in my pocket.
(1) track-suit :: トラックスーツ
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