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  • The figure is portrayed wearing a golden trimmed black cowl with a black hood and red shoes.
  • The sky is cowled with cloud, save where a sullen sunset shoots blood-red rays across the plain. Cited from Ballads of a Bohemian, by Robert W. Service
  • However, because some meta-human criminals have the power to see through solid objects, Batman also lines the cowl with lead to protect his identity.
  • The engine was fully cowled with the exhaust stacks stretching behind the pilot.
  • For above them hung the mountains, cowled with fog, and seamed with storm; and around them desolation; and below their feet the grave. Cited from Lorna Doone, by R. D. Blackmore
  • Weatherboards would be attached to the cowl with nails made from copper.
  • His face was lividly pale, and his eyes gleamed out from under the cowl with a restless feverish brightness. Cited from A Siren, by Thomas Adolphus Trollope
  • After many tries, he was successful, after spraying the cowl with a radioactive substance causing Batman to remove it.
  • There is nought like a cowl with bell, book and candle to sap the courage of your citizen soldier. Cited from Beltane The Smith, by Jeffery Farnol
  • A black stuff or silk hood edged along the cowl with a twisted cord of white, blue and red.
  • The Salmson engine was close cowled with fairings over each cylinder and drove a two blade propeller.
  • He paused for a space and thrust back the heavy fringes of his cowl with a gesture of peevish impatience. Cited from The Yoke, by Elizabeth Miller
  • They had traced the cowl with their "super sensitive Geiger counter" in the Batplane.
  • But cowled with smoke and starred with lamps That strange land's light was still its own; The word that witched the woods and hills Spoke in the iron and the stone. Cited from The Wild Knight and Other Poems, by Gilbert Chesterton
  • In 1983, a rear seat cowl with matching paint scheme was available to make the bike a closer replica of the single seated race bikes.
  • Tata builds the chassis/cowl with engine and other framework.
  • The Bumblebee was powered by a Henderson four cylinder engine, carefully cowled with a cooling air inlet beneath the drive shaft of the two blade propeller.
  • Now able to manifest a costume at will, Walker adopts a reversed version of the Cat costume, with a blue cat-suit and cowl with yellow gloves and boots.
  • This resulted in a black/dark grey catsuit with a pull-up collar mask, dark red, claw-tipped gloves, a black cowl with exaggerated cat ears, and large amber goggles.
  • Other forms of fool's cap in England were shaped like a monk's cowl with ass's ears, a high-pointed cap covered with bells, or a round cap with an imposing feather.
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