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Synonyms for headgear

the hoist at the pithead of a mine

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stable gear consisting of any part of a harness that fits about the horse's head

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The THA Headwear Hall of Fame now totals 54 stylish individuals.
Neff launched in 2002 as a core snow and skate headwear company with a brand supported by action sports athletes and key personalities.
Synonymous with luxury, Melin is a premium headwear brand.
Matching headwear is also fashionable this season as a part of total look.
Poling said there was a possibility that Pacific Headwear could have transferred some manufacturing to its East Coast plant in Virginia without the incentive from the county.
Each section focuses on a different region, starting with background information before moving on to the four main topics: clothing, headwear, body decorations, and footwear.
A Headwear Association spokesperson said that the 39-year-old supermodel's oft-imitated London street style is legendary, and she is well known for her love of hats.
The Shipley Art Gallery's annual selling craft exhibition Christmas Present features work by jewellery maker Jane Dzisiewski and headwear and accessories designer Emma Yeo.
It comes in ANSI 107 Class Headwear orange, ANSI 107 Class Headwear lime, black, navy, or RealTree[R] Camo.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 18, 2011--Swedish New Wave to purchase US headwear business for USD17.
However, there are some exceptions when headwear can be worn during the national anthem.
New Era is the official headwear supplier on-field, also producing fan merchandise
The 26-year-old designs and creates headwear under The Libertarian name and the designs range from the unusual and elaborate for people who want to get noticed to more subdued offerings for brides and party-goers.
If you want to get ahead, get a hat, and these folk have certainly taken the advice to heart with a spectacular parade of Easter headwear from the Mercury archives.