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snood

Vet science a long fleshy appendage that hangs over the upper beak of turkeys
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From fluffy throws to cuddly onesies and super-soft slippers to rugged parkas, waterproof boots and glamorous snoods, we've found cold weather kit for all the family.
He was wearing a black fleece scarf or snood on the lower part of his face and light coloured tracksuit bottoms.
When a stag is feeling amorous, his wattle and snood become bright red.
In a nearby bush was a balaclava, a snood and a running stopwatch - which police used to link the vehicle to the attempted robbery.
Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz said in a statement that POEA has already banned Snood Manpower Employment Office from hiring OFWs after one of its Filipinos employees, Melody Polintang-De Jesus, was abused by her employer in Saudi Arabia.
He was wearing an army camouflage print snood covering the bottom half of his face and a black hat/hood on his head which still exposed prominent black eyebrows.
is positioning its Snood Cleanser as a safe and convenient alternate to neti pots.
It was essentially a bag or snood containing the hair.
SNOOD WATCH Is the snood making the leap from football to racing?
I was wearing a snood and just my eyes were showing, so that person deserves a medal.
I bought both types: the AquaBandit from AquaBandit International and the Swim Snood from DogLeggs Therapeutic & Rehabilitative Products - and left them at the pool for other dogs to try.