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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.
They wore, like the men, only skins of wild animals caught about their waists with rawhide belts or chains of gold; but the black masses of their hair were incrusted with golden headgear composed of many circular and oval pieces of gold ingeniously held together to form a metal cap from which depended at each side of the head, long strings of oval pieces falling to the waist.
When, for example, an Irish-trained horse who has always worn a visor in Ireland races in Britain with that headgear on, racecards would nonetheless suggest a first-time wearing, as only blinkers are officially worn in Ireland.
headgear product line is said to use custom-coloured Xenoy polycarbonate/polybutylene terephthalat (PC/PBT) resin for headgear shells and visor frames, enabling thin-wall designs which helps reduce the headgear weight by approximately 15-20 percent compared to the company's previous L-series products.
com)-- The new 3M Versaflo[TM] M-series respiratory headgear product line uses custom-colored Xenoy polycarbonate/polybutylene terephthalate (PC/PBT) resin for headgear shells and visor frames, enabling thin-wall designs which helps reduce the headgear weight by approximately 15-20 percent compared to the company's previous L-series products.
The shot was taken three years ago, when Aim, an Austrian journalist and entrepreneur, decided to register his objection to a provision of law that allows headgear to be worn in official ID photos only if it is religiously motivated.
In a transaction arranged by Savitt Partners, Headgear Inc.
SCIENTISTS in Birmingham have designed revolutionary headgear for surgeons to help save thousands of lives.
Hi-tech headgear designed at Birmingham City University could make it easier for surgeons to perform life-saving operations on babies and small children.
Remove the headgear assembly by unscrewing the headgear nut.
The call to ban headgear may face strong objections in motor vehicle departments around the country.