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headgear

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

headgear

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(mining engineering)
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is comprised of the LIDS retail headwear stores, the Locker Room by LIDS specialty fan retail chain, the LIDS Clubhouse retail stores, the LIDS Team Sports wholesale team sports business, and the Internet businesses www.
When it comes to headwear, every one of us must choose the piece that suits them best.
NES Headwear has been making top-of-the-line embroidered hats for thirty years," says Mr.
Pacific Headwear, which started in Eugene in 1998 with three employees, has outgrown its 16,000-square-foot factory.
Covering ancient times to the present, this reference for general readers and students in high school and up provides 195 alphabetical entries on hats and headwear around the world.
Keeping this in mind, all headwear from Cool Trap consists of the patented FlexFit technology that transforms a free-size cap into a custom fit accessory ready to take on the world.
A Headwear Association spokesperson said that the 39-year-old supermodel's oft-imitated London street style is legendary, and she is well known for her love of hats.
Emma Yeo's headwear won the Ascot Queen's Hat award at Royal Ascot in 2010 and she has exhibited her work in Selfridges alongside high-profile designers Philip Treacy and Alexander McQueen.
MARCH 8, 1981: Children of Tividale Junior School, Dudley Road West and Uplands Infants School, Smethwick, admire one girl's headwear during an Easter bonnet parade.
Hat Works in Stockport is the only museum in the UK dedicated to hatting and headwear.
Isabella loved headwear and regularly attended Gloucester Cathedral wearing different hats.
Sam Ingram, aged 33, who runs the pub, fears the headwear could prevent staff from identifying brawling Santas because their faces could be partially hidden by their hat.