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headgear

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

headgear

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(mining engineering)
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Democratic Congresswoman-elect Ilhan Omar of Minnesota has set her sights on several issues she wants to change after taking office, the first possibly being the end of an 1837 ban on head coverings in House of Representatives.
A sturdy board book of 12 pages that looks at the head coverings of a range of religions including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Rastafarianism and Sikhism.
royal dazzle Di wears burka dress in Saudi minus the head covering
The reason for the veil, as offered by their Church leaders, is that 'The head covering is a symbol of woman's subjection to the man and to God,' which is the same logic introduced by St.
Hopefully, this special head covering will stay even when the Pikacku is evolved to Raichu, just like how it was with (http://www.ibtimes.com/pokemon-go-christmas-event-how-get-pikachu-raichu-santa-hats-2460830) Santa Hat Pikachu and Santa Hat Raichu.
In the original survey, respondents were asked to choose from six head shots, which showed women wearing, varied versions of headscarves and one image showed a woman without any head covering.
Of the Turkish respondents, 46 percent preferred the head covering that is worn by the wives of top politicians today.
The pious Egyptian star decided to retire from the acting world earlier this year, took up wearing the Islamic head covering and was apparently set to marry a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Other websites supporting a return to head covering for women note that it's a privilege, not a sign of submission, since the only other "covered" things at Mass are clergy, the tabernacle and the chalice.
Head covering increases the risk of death 17-fold (Blair et al, 2008).
He was a white man, between 5ft 9ins and 6ft 1in tall with some sort of hat or head covering, which was light in colour and covered the side of his head.
ISLAMABAD, May 03, 2010 (Frontier Star): The investigation teams probing into Benazir Bhutto assassination have failed to make any headway in tracing dopattas (head covering), mobile phone and sims of the former prime minister so far.