(1) Forty six interminable hours of being seated in front of eleven thin, nervous, gangly supposedly artistic men lay before Briar as he reluctantly donned his finest doublet the following morning, aided by his valet, Godric.(2) I stripped away my aristocratic clothing, my tight fitting hose, my pointed leather shoes, my doublet and sheer tunic.(3) He wore a black suit with a red doublet and a black bow tie.(4) Slashed sleeves, tied onto a doublet at the shoulders and cloaks worn from shoulder to armpit were more than simply fashion statements; they allowed a man to draw his sword and retain full mobility of the arm.(5) His doublet was an ornate confection of red and gold, his hose black.(6) A door opens and we see the back of a crutch-supported figure in a green doublet .(7) He reached down and picked him up by his doublet , throwing him into a tree with a thud.(8) There are many cases, for both maps, where there is agreement of close double-recombination events (where a singlet or a doublet of scores of one genotype is flanked by a run of the other genotype).(9) However, a small amount of monospecific antiserum was obtained from a mouse injected with the polypeptides, beta 2 and 3, which occur as a doublet on two-dimensional gels.(10) His ponytail, usually held with a strip of leather or cheap ribbon, was now pulled together with fabric to match his doublet and white britches.(11) I was dressed like one of Robin's merry men, with the green leggings and the doublet and the soft boots.(12) Indicators of this are the short doublet and very prominent codpiece, the round-toed shoes and the knee-breeches.(13) The original lens cell is an air spaced semi-apochromatic doublet , which uses three adjustment screws to collimate the lenses in the machined aluminum cell.(14) A small smile lit Lavena's face for a brief moment, perhaps in gratitude for Earnstheart's consistent honesty, as she flung her arms round his middle, and wept quietly into his doublet .(15) For those not etymologically challenged, the word canker is a doublet .(16) And if his surcoat was thinner than he might have wished, at least he had the arming doublet under his hauberk and the otter-trimmed cloak his mother's ladies had sewn for him.