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

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Two men - one in a Spiderman mask and the other (also pictured in the inset) in a snood - robbed a Gateshead bookies
Last July, Snood and Mayon were responsible for the deployment of De Jesus in Jeddah, where she worked as a household service worker under the sponsorship of a Fawas Abdulrahman Abdulsalam Sultan.
"We designed Snood Cleanser to give sinus sufferers all of the goodness of the neti pot--including purified water--in a small convenient sprayer, without the hassle or risk.
No explanation was given for why the Iranian snood design was not considered.
I bought both types: the AquaBandit from AquaBandit International and the Swim Snood from DogLeggs Therapeutic & Rehabilitative Products - and left them at the pool for other dogs to try.
[ClickPress, Wed Mar 09 2011] Ideasbynet, the Sheffield based promotional gifts company, has announced it will soon be stocking this season's safer alternative to the controversial snood - Tuggz.
[USPRwire, Wed Mar 09 2011] Ideasbynet, the Sheffield based promotional gifts company, has announced it will soon be stocking this season's safer alternative to the controversial snood - Tuggz.
A Fifa spokesman said: "We want a debate over the snood and whether it could be dangerous.
21 -- 109 Fintroduces SNOOD - a multi utility fashion accessory which could be worn in 7 different ways depending on the mood and occasion.
Matched with a cosy snood, priced pounds 15, and these glamorous black jeggings, pounds 40, it's a fantastic look if you're going out.
But the gay aud is one of the tuner's prime demos--which explains why star Christine Ebersole, dressed in the full eccentric regalia (including snood) of character Little Edie Beale, was skedded to ride a "Grey Gardens" float in Gotham's Gay Pride parade June 25.
(Considered alongside those evacuated shoes and Gucci "Old Town" Canoe, 2005, the work acquires an Ophelian subtext.) Woman with Net, 2005, is a portrait in which the subject seems overwhelmed by a snood that covers her head.
To use a prosaic example: Many of us would have to think thrice about the meaning of the word "snood." Older folks would recognize "snood" as a net to hold a woman's hair tidily on the nape of her neck.
More than ever before, office workers are evolving beyond Solitaire, turning to games such as Quake, EverQuest and Snood during work hours.
She reads a lot and plays an hour of Snood, a Tetris-like computer game, every day.