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toupee

(formerly) a prominent lock on a periwig, esp in the 18th century
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Perruqueries are light, fun and tonguein-cheek with clever poems by former CBC Radio personality Bill Richardson, all dealing with wigs, toupees and hairpieces.
Pero yan ang pinaka challenge ko sa kanya ganun pa rin, patatanggal ko sa kanya yung peluka nya kung hindi na naman nya magawa yan (But that is my challenge to him, I would ask him to remove his toupee if he fails to do it),' the senator said.
Its simple, you just have to Brush the fur of your cat, form the hair you brushed into a toupee then place it on your cat.
Maybe he's just decided it was too much effort to wear the toupee and he would let people see how it really is.
It is believed that the Max Factor toupee came from the family of one of the movie's make-up artists.
The guy willing to put on a toupee and fake mustache and tell you how good this Manning guy is.
However, when the old Log Flume lake was drained for the first time last Friday for rebuilding, there, among three sets of false teeth, a glass eye, a toupee, three dolls, mobile phones and one bra, was the earring.
95) provides another Miss Malarkey tale, this telling of a principal who says he'll dye his toupee purple and sleep on the school's roof if the students read 1,000 books before June.
Each year," he quipped, "I have added more gray to my toupee.
A German court has ruled that a 46-year-old man of the bald persuasion is not entitled to a state-funded toupee under the country's state health insurance system.
The plaintiff initiated the lawsuit when the state health insurance system refused to cover the 440-euro (approximately $540) cost of the toupee.
Mario Cuomo, Al Hagedorn gave up his short-lived toupee.