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Synonyms for coif

a skullcap worn by nuns under a veil or by soldiers under a hood of mail or formerly by British sergeants-at-law

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cover with a coif

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arrange attractively

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Next came Queer Eye for the Straight Guy and What Not to Wear, hit series that had the fashion police remaking folks by cleaning out closets, coiffing hair, and giving facials.
It's the best investment I ever made," he said while coiffing the locks of a client.
When Heffernan titles a work Self-Portrait as Infanta Underwater (all works 1999), she pretty much means it, coiffing her hair like some Velazquez princess, standing nude and half submerged in a transparent pool set into a dark wood, awash with floating apples and aqueous undergrowth.
Through their well-honed plan, the couple showed financiers that their small coiffing operation could compete in the commercial downtown sector of Paterson, N.
One of Clinton's most courageous stands this year, sadly lost in the fallout from Cristophe's tarmac coiffing and the succession of Nannygates, was targeting the 2 million-strong federal civilian workforce (total payroll = $107 billion) for a pay freeze.
My spy tells me: "Rihanna was in her element, coiffing champs with Ryan.