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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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Kim turned to the woman with the turquoise headgear who had been idly pitching pebbles over the cliff.
On his head he wore a sort of headgear, bound round and closed at the top.
In an instant his strange headgear began to move, and there reared itself from among his hair the squat diamond-shaped head and puffed neck of a loathsome serpent.
This headgear is what Princess Diana wore when she walked down the aisle to tie the knot with Prince Charles.
Actress Madhuri Dixit-Nene, who welcomed the New Year in Tokyo, got a chance to try the Samurai headgear during her visit to a museum.
In 2017 I saw several demos of VR headgear for maintenance and repair of building systems.
Women basketball players will now be allowed to wear headgear for religious reasons after world governing body FIBA approved a new rule last Thursday to come into effect from October 1.
According to Technavios latest market research study, the global safety headgear market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 4% during the forecast period, 2017-2021.
ESAB, a leader in welding and cutting technologies, reports it is introducing the Sentinel A50 high-performance automatic welding helmet to its range of welding helmets and says the helmet's radical new design incorporates ergonomic headgear and maximum adjustability to increase productivity, functionality and usability The company says the Sentinel A50's high-tech features include an adjustable 5-point headgear, a 100 x 60 mm viewing area, an externally activated Grind Button, a colour touch screen control panel and a front-loading convex cover lens that comes in different colour options and changes in 10 seconds.
From straw hats and sombreros to dartboards and traffic cones, the event's annual 'Hat Day' on Thursday saw drinkers sporting an eclectic array of headgear.
The bulky headgear associated with amateur boxing is gone -- at least for the men, who have been fighting with bare heads since 2013 -- ending a 31-year era of padding.
Ian Harris, 51, of Hove in East Sussex, claims the colander is seen by the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM), whose members practise what they call Pastafarianism, as sacred headgear.