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Faith Works: Why a preaching robe?

The Newark Advocate
Cue the "disrobed" jokes. You can call them preaching gowns, Geneva gowns, academic gowns, and any more you don't see them all that often, but a special robe or gown for preaching has been a standard over the last generation. In my own tradition, which ...

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Judge Danyelle Taylor receives judicial robe at Jefferson Parish Courthouse

NOLA.com
Judge Danyelle Taylor receives judicial robe at Jefferson Parish Courthouse. 1 / 9. Danyelle Taylor robing 1. Danyelle Taylor smiles Friday, Jan. 30, 2015, during her robing ceremony at the Jefferson Parish Courthouse in Gretna. (Photo by Eric Derbes, ...

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Where do judges get their robes? A factory in Chatsworth, usually

89.3 KPCC
Vice President Evelyn Cronan checks samples before they're sent to customers at Academic Apparel, family-owned robe manufacturer in Chatsworth, on Thursday morning, Jan. 22. The company makes judicial robes, graduation gowns and other apparel.

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Robe Launches New French Subsidiary

Live Design
Czech Republic based lighting manufacturer Robe Lighting s.r.o. announces the launch of a new wholly-owned subsidiary, Robe Lighting France S.A.S, which will be headquartered in Paris. Robe Lighting France S.A.S. will be headed up by two senior ...

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