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one of many long thin braids of hair radiating from the scalp

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David Oguyo, has been growing dreadlocks for 11 years.
Jose said: "I decided to cut my dreadlocks after 20 years to help raise funds for Layla.
Poppy was completely covered in dreadlocks on every part of her body," said inspector Boyd.
He contended that: 'That a young man is carrying a dreadlocks, tattoos, and dressing shabbily is not a yardstick to adjudge the persons as a criminal.
In his essay, Lin explained that Nets staffer Savannah Hart, who is African-American, and teammate DeMarre Carroll, encouraged him to start his dreadlocks.
In the movie industry, caucasian dreadlocks are in demand - for Viking scenes.
Minutes later, when friends found him, Madonko was missing the dreadlocks that had taken him 10 years to grow.
Whyte, nicknamed "Rasta Mark" in the area because of his dreadlocks hairstyle.
Known as the Rasta Rapunzel, Asha, 53, holds the Guinness World Record for the longest dreadlocks.
She had her 32-inch long dreadlocks - which she has grown for more than 30 years - chopped off at Vinnie Bernard's Hair Boutique, in Radford, which is owned by her friend, Sharon Bernard.
A man stated he had an experience in a market parking lot with a large black man with dreadlocks who helped him with a market cart.
A young man in his 20s with dreadlocks and baggy pants got up and offered his seat to the guy who'd just entered the subway car with me.
The list, which was put together to mark hairdresser Toni and Guy's 50th anniversary, featured Elvis Presley's jet black quiff on the second position, followed by Bob Marley's dreadlocks, the Daily Express reported.
I note that some of your features gloss over the fact that there is still a lot of controversy and stigma associated with wearing our natural hair in a low/skin cut or dreadlocks.