woman's hat


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On Thursday, January 5, 1905, a report in the SouthWales Echo read: "Woman's body found near the Monument - On Tuesday night a woman's hat, jacket and skirt were found on the bank of the Glamorgan Canal near the tunnel, Cardiff.
THE last time Paul Merton went abroad for our benefit, he joined a transsexual protection racket, took part in a street party wearing nothing but ash and an old woman's hat - and repeatedly kicked a man between the legs.
According to the Daily Express, the pictures showed William wearing a woman's hat, and Kate doing yoga in a bikini, while on a Caribbean holiday.
Drawing from the Bible, which refers to the importance of a woman covering her head at worship, a woman's hat, often referred to as her "crown," evolved from being a statement of spiritual faith to also making a statement of an African-American woman's arrival to the fullness of who she has become.
The women looked a lot better than the men, even the man wearing a woman's hat.
But as they got to the corner of Little Church Street the man knocked the woman's hat off and tugged her bag over her head, before running off down the back of McDonald's.