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an ornamental net in the shape of a bag that confines a woman's hair

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No explanation was given for why the Iranian snood design was not considered.
Ideasbynet welcomed Sepp Blatter's decision to ban the snood from professional football pitches.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has banned his players from wearing them, with club captain Rio Ferdinand saying on his Twitter account: "You won't see a Man Utd player wearing a snood.
Those who don't know a snood from a wattle (the flap of skin under the turkey's chin) are sure to be intrigued by the following little-known turkey facts:
Both men were wearing hoods, one had Nike tracksuit bottoms and a white or grey snood and the other a North Face coat.
Yet he pulls a snood up over his face because it was so, er, cold.
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Everything you need to keep warm when working in the yard, from a twin pack of magic gloves with ABS dots on the palm, to a fleece beanie hat, fleece ear warmers or a fleece snood.
Warm up Add some instant winter glamour to your trusted old coat, with a faux fur snood.
He was wearing dark coloured jeans, a dark waterproof jacket with the hood pulled up, gloves and a scarf or snood to cover his face.
SNOOD WATCH Is the snood making the leap from football to racing?
We want a debate over the snood and whether it could be dangerous," the Telegraph quoted a FIFA spokesman, as saying.