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snood

Vet science a long fleshy appendage that hangs over the upper beak of turkeys
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He was wearing a black fleece scarf or snood on the lower part of his face and light coloured tracksuit bottoms.
It was essentially a bag or snood containing the hair.
I was wearing a snood and just my eyes were showing, so that person deserves a medal.
The chunky twisted patterned snood has been reduced from [pounds]30.
SHEFFIELD, England, March 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ideasbynet, the Sheffield based promotional gifts company, has announced it will soon be stocking this season's safer alternative to the controversial snood - Tuggz.
A Fifa spokesman said: "We want a debate over the snood and whether it could be dangerous.
com Knitted top pounds 45, jersey snood pounds 20, long-sleeve T-shirt pounds 20, fingerless mittens pounds 25, slim leg joggers pounds 30 and long sheepskin boots pounds 130 from Hush-uk.
Lime knitted snood, pounds 12, Marks & Spencer, www.
Woman with Net, 2005, is a portrait in which the subject seems overwhelmed by a snood that covers her head.
More than ever before, office workers are evolving beyond Solitaire, turning to games such as Quake, EverQuest and Snood during work hours.
She reads a lot and plays an hour of Snood, a Tetris-like computer game, every day.
And that a turkey's snood turns bright red when he is upset or during courtship?