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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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The Pittwater and Coifs Harbour offshore series is a two-race event with the Pittwater to Coifs race and the Solitary Island race in Coifs Harbour on 5 January making up the series.
The Pittwater and Coifs Harbour Series consists of one long ocean race (normally the Pittwater to Coifs Race, but replaced in 2007-08 by the Pittwater to Pittwater Race) and a series of five short races.
It was a remarkable effort on the part of Bob Oatley, Richards and the nucleus of the Wild Oats XI team to be on the start line for the Coifs race.
adds a professional ambience that helps students feel what it's like to work in the real world of manicures and coifs.
The six stars of the show, known for their cutting-edge coifs, appear to be bald (don't you just love digitally enhanced photos?
Most teens traded in their all-black wardrobes and hairspray-stiff coifs for flannel and tattoos earlier this decade.
They all still have a certain look - ranging from those with pomaded coifs to flying silken locks - as they bound or slither across the stage in their hunkered-down, close-together love skirmishes, amid a frenzy of intricately coordinated high-speed kicks.
When the going gets tough, they really get peddling - but never so fast that it musses their perfect coifs.