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foulard

[fu̇′lärd]
(textiles)
Lightweight twill, often printed in a small pattern; originally silk, but frequently woven of rayon, wool, cotton, or nylon.
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Le niveau de religiosite des repondantes est divers, et a titre indicatif, onze d'entre elles portaient le foulard. Malgre ces indications sur les repondantes (5), les femmes musulmanes ont des parcours tres diversifies et singuliers, ce qui rend instables toutes tentatives de categorisation figee du sujet femme ou feministe musulmane.
Celle-ci etait liee a la question du foulard islamique porte par certaines eleves de colleges et de lycees.
L'accroissement du nombre de jeunes filles se rendant dans les colleges et les lycees recouvertes d'un foulard islamique a en effet declenche de vives controverses.
Hurley wore an orange knee length dress with a green dragon and gold printed foulard detail on it.
French union CGT said it was not against the merger, while its chief Charles Foulard told Reuters that the combination made sense ifA supported by industrial development investments.
Workers at the other plants will meet in the days ahead to decide their course of action, Charles Foulard, a spokesperson for the CGT union at Total, said on Sunday.
Ermenegildo Zegna, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, stuck to its classical style but toyed with details: a yoke of leather on shirt collars, a small foulard around the neck and Pete Doherty-style hats, all in sober shades of camel, light blue and grey.
"This is a real provocation...it is unacceptable," said Charles Foulard of the CGT, adding that just 240 staff would have a job under the plans.
Avec le 11 septembre 2001, l'hostilite au << foulard islamique >> redouble et, apres le rapport d'une commission dite << Commission Stasi >> nommee par le president de la Republique Jacques Chirac, cette hostilite aboutit a la loi du 15 mars 2004 (significativement appelee << loi de laicite >>) qui interdit le port de signes religieux << ostensibles >> a l'ecole publique.
Elle m'apporte des cadeaux, un foulard pour me proteger.
If you are looking for a foulard with subtle elegance, go for this Louis Vuitton unisex foulard.
(2006) << Le foulard de la dispute >> Cahiers du Genre, hors serie 200, Feminisme.