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  • With its borrowed Philip Glass score and ironic track-suit and referee costumes, Devotion becomes a system of hieroglyphics complex enough to satisfy everyone from Aristotle to Zizek.

    Selby Drummond: Half-way Between Gesture and Thought: Choreographer Sarah Michelson's "Devotion"

  • Sofia Vergera shows Jane Lynch some track-suit love.

    Video: It's a 'Glee' thing

  • And yes, that's a BG track-suit jacket I'm wearing.

    Archive 2007-10-14

  • For a moment there, I thought I was cooler than our conservative, track-suit wearing, sexagenarian leader since, as you know, I embraced YouTube, fully, over a week ago now.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Usually I would carry on my own Juicy (Couture jersey track-suit) set (to change into just for the flight), but I would never wear that on.

    What's in Your Passport?

  • A big man, with a full beard and receding hair, he wore silver track-suit bottoms and a vest.

    The Jigsaw Man

  • Al realized that his white track-suit was not the best choice of outfits for a scouting mission.

    The Otherworld

  • He climbs out of bed, pulls on his track-suit pants, and storms out of the room, while Pamela pulls the saucepan out from under the bed and limply holds it under the leak.

    ME MYSELF I

  • Honestly, a vinyl track-suit, two rolls of packing tape and a Bumble Bee yellow paper plate with a frickin' cut-out mouth hole do not an Iron Man costume make.

    Gizmodo

  • When I boldly suggested he do his track-suit dancing routine from the "What Up With That?" sketch, he said, "Know that if that happens, it was because you suggested it."

    The Washington Post: National, World & D.C. Area News and Headlines - The Washington Post

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