bathing cap


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a tight-fitting cap that keeps hair dry while swimming

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NEWHALL -- When the black-and-white image of her mother wearing a plastic flower-covered bathing cap appeared on the screen, Bonnie Milstein's niece gasped.
It made me remember 70 years ago when I was a pupil in Romilly School and we were marched down to our late-lamented swimming pool with our towel including our costume and bathing cap rolled up under our arm, cold or not, once May had arrived.
a bathing cap that you don't need anymore (cheap ones work best)
All that was left was a little red bathing cap,' said False Bay Yacht Club rear commodore Paul Dennett, who watched the attack about 100 yards from his home.
holds "Crazy Hat Day" and has everyone in the family come down to breakfast with a silly hat--whether it's a flowered bathing cap, top hat or Easter bonnet.
A bathing cap was used with a generous amount of petroleum jelly on exposed skin surfaces.
The winner has to wear a cow-print bathing cap for the whole week," Mulcahy said.
You see, my family has been fighting a losing war against the wasp since a battle hardened aunty first emerged from the East Float dock at Birkenhead, bristle-legged, mottled and wearing a limegreen, one-piece swimming costume under a bathing cap of shrieking pink.
It ate her whole and left just her red bathing cap floating on the surface.
Just when it you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Roberts, dressed only in a pink tutu, red bathing cap, and the casino's Net address tattoo did a little ballet dance before jumping into the pool during the synchronised swimming final of the championships.
Wearing a black wet suit, yellow bathing cap, earplugs and goggles - and greased with Vaseline - she set out on a personal journey to publicly promote a cleaner river.
He was naked except for a lady's blue and white bathing cap on his head.
All that was left was a little red bathing cap,' said False Bay Yacht Club rear commodore, Paul Dennett, who watched the attack about 100 yards from his home.
But the bathing cap -complete with dinky bow under the chin and reminiscent of great aunts everywhere -was more likely to set jaws gaping than pulses racing.