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headgear

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

headgear

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She said: "The head-dresses are the most magical part.
"In terms of head-dresses Widow Twankey has seven, Spirit of the Lamp has one, Aladdin has three, Abanazar has a disguise, the Emperor has two and the Genie has one.
Among the 49 topics are a comparison between two preserved tunics and 13th-century art, differences in the elaboration of dress in northern Europe during the Middle Bronze Age, a preliminary assessment of the Magdelensberg textile tools, construction and sewing technique in secular medieval garments, evidence of war and worship in textiles in Roman Iron Age deposits, textiles from the third to twelfth century AD cremation graves in Lithuania, plaited motifs as predecessors of woven binding structures, the impact of dyes and natural pigmentation of wool on the preservation of archaeological textiles, customs of burial costume in rural Norway, and horsehair in female head-dresses of the 12th-13th centuries AD Latvia.
For those who have wondered why Emirati and Arab men wear long white gowns and head-dresses, a new children's picture book written by an Emirati may help illustrate the significance of the traditional Arab dress.
Each child brought a white pillow case in to make togas and used green card and leaves to make head-dresses. Bethany a Year 3 pupil said: "It was fun and I learnt a lot about the Romans".
They can also enjoy a variety of workshops showing them how to make dragon masks, knights' helmets and maidens' head-dresses. Entrance for adults is pounds 13.50 and pounds 8 for children over four.
A hat is no longer seen as an essential with racegoers usually opting for small head-dresses or fascinators.
The very latest trend, however, is wonderful head-dresses and hair accessories.
Female punters save their most fabulous and splendid head-dresses for the event ( attempting to outdo each other in the extravagance stakes.
The prince met a scantily clad group wearing head-dresses and soon found himself flanked by Joana D'Arc, 30, and Patricia Lima, 21.
If I could make so bold Your Highness, I would recommend you keep your eyes planted on those magnificent head-dresses, lest cruel types in the tabloids suggest you have been looking up ladies' skirts.