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Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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In the bottom register, a bareheaded bearded man kneels before Evdokiia and wipes his eyes with a long sleeve from her royal gown.
Instead of poetry and liquor, she is depicted with new markers of leisure and consumption: bareheaded, coiffed in the European style and wearing a modern ao dai, she applies powder to her face, oblivious to the exertions of her husband below.
It was snowing and cold, and Gottwald was bareheaded.
Now the university person is walking directly under us, bareheaded, no hard hat, you'd think he was at the beach.
Instead of helmets, the men went bareheaded or put on [ornamental] stocking caps," he writes.
It's also an ancient Arab tradition to cover the head - in the good old days, going out bareheaded was like going out naked: Not only bad fashion, but humiliating and offensive.
And a Facebook page called "My Stealthy Freedom," featuring "selfies" of bareheaded women who have taken off the hijab, has attracted hundreds of thousands of followers and "likes.
Virgil follows a path of continuous violence in his job as wildlife officer with Florida Fish and Game and 'danger' is his middle name as he becomes immersed in worlds that continually mirror his Vietnam experiences: "He crawled from the trees on that morning, bareheaded, within three hundred meters of the point he sought four days earlier on the map he no longer had.
There were young couples walking together, some of the girls bareheaded, an unthinkable sight during the Taliban regime.
The men, wearing hats, look at their bareheaded general, who stares grimly ahead at the camera.
The Item reported the president stood bareheaded on the platform as the train pulled slowly along the tracks.
Bareheaded women and clean shaven men chanting anti-American and anti-Israeli slogans, accompanied by a slew of European solidarity protesters, their fair skin flushed in the blazing sun.