Wears

Some articles on wears:

Saint Alberts High School - Houses
... St Alberts has four competing students' houses Silveira, which wears yellow Miguel, which wears red St Augustine, which wears green and St Martins ...
Sheeep - Characters
... Wears a black and red striped neck tie and sunglasses ... Wears a green bow tie and sunglasses ... Wears a blue bandana ...
Catsuits And Bodysuits In Popular Media - Video and Computer Games
... Dead or Alive—British assassin Christie wears a black and white catsuit as her primary outfit in DOA 3, and as her second costume option in DOA 4 ... Death By Degrees—assassin and action heroine Nina Williams wears a purple leather catsuit and a black and white leather catsuit during gameplay ... Soul Calibur series—female ninja Taki wears a red catsuit with body armor ...
Small Saves
... Small Saves always wears his game jersey and his goaltending helmet, even when sleeping ... When not in a game, though, he wears his helmet tipped back on his head ... He wears #1, the traditional goalie jersey number ...
Epitrachil
... The priest wears the epitrachil whenever serving as a priest (as opposed to simply attending a service) ... vespers or matins, he wears the epitrachil by itself ... When he is fully vested for the Divine Liturgy, he wears the epitrachil over the sticharion and under the zone and the phelonion ...

Famous quotes containing the word wears:

    Living toys are something novel,
    But it soon wears off somehow.
    Fetch the shoebox, fetch the shovel
    Mam, we’re playing funerals now.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    It is not one man nor a million, but the spirit of liberty that must be preserved. The waves which dash upon the shore are, one by one, broken, but the ocean conquers nevertheless. It overwhelms the Armada, it wears out the rock. In like manner, whatever the struggle of individuals, the great cause will gather strength.
    George Gordon Noel Byron (1788–1824)

    Let still the woman take
    An elder than herself. So wears she to him;
    So sways she level in her husband’s heart.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)