- He wore crape as a sign of mourning.
- People wore crapes to mourn our leader.
- This the home spins cloth art to pledge in material showpiece respect besides breed of traditional jacquard weave printing the sodden flower of international popularity cut the new product such as gauze of flower embroider craped voile interlining to already came true homebred change material on the whole gradually hasten is mixed gently thin in order to get used to optimistic with each passing day and lively modern life rhythm.
- Efface from the tomb that motto graven by sacrilegious hands which spreads over all nature a funeral crape takes from oppressed innocence its support and affronts the beneficent dispensation of death!
- Relatively hard durable timber from the queen's crape myrtle; light reddish brown smooth and lustrous.
- Such was the effect of this simple piece of crape that more than one woman of delicate nerves was forced to leave the meeting-house.