headgear

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headgear

any part of a horse's harness that is worn on the head

headgear

[′hed‚gir]
(mining engineering)
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The primary form of head-wear among Southern Indians after European colonization became a simple head wrap of a scarf, bandana, or handkerchief, serving both to hold the hair in place, and as a sweatband.
1 -- 6 -- color) Designer Joy Han, far left, models her own Scottish plaid head-wear at the opening of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Sunday.
It emerged earlier this week that legal adviser Shabnam Mughal refused to remove her head-wear at an immigration tribunal in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, when asked to do so by Judge George Glossop.
And it seems there is no shortage of buyers: with just under a day to go the 'invisible' head-wear had attracted 25 bids and reached a total of pounds 2,250.
Pupils at All Saints Primary paraded into their Knebley Crescent school in head-wear inspired by some of their favourite literary characters.