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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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Last January the RPAYC was forced to abandon the traditional 226 nautical mile Pittwater to Coifs Harbour race for the first time in the race's history due to extreme weather conditions lashing the NSW east coast.
Despite the showers over Coifs there was a big crowd on top of Mutton Bird Island and around the harbour to welcome Wild Oats XI into port--the first yacht to do a Hobart/Coffs line honours double.
Working out of the Neil George salon in Beverly Hills, Maldonado has styled coifs for shoots in Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, and Maxim.
Banowitz oversees the coifs of the finalists, plus tends to the camera-ready style of emcee Ryan Seacrest and judges Randy Jackson and Simon Cowell.
Similar protests occurred outside offices in Alstonville, Coifs Harbour, Grafton, Port Macquarie, and Queanbeyan.
Taking place in a time when hot-rod-loving- boys in black-leather jackets wore greasy coifs and boy-crazy-girls wore beehive hairdos, white bobby socks and skin-tight pedal-pushers, "Grease" is complete with drive-in passion pits, sock hops, pajama parties, hubcap stealing and sneaking a ciggie-butt at the senior prom.
They're students at Moscow's National Economics Institute, and they wear designer sweaters and trendy Mademoiselle coifs.
As Edward pines, he also shears -- all manner of topiary, ladies' coifs and the occasional poodle -- and the townsfolk embrace him.