The images are incredibly varied--students, homemakers, young girls, professional women, and grandmothers--but all depict a bareheaded
woman defying the order to wear a hijab.
Edwin Waugh writes of two weavers humming it "lounging on the bridge, bareheaded
, and in their working gear, with stocking-legs drawn on their arms.
Don't sight-in or practice barehanded or bareheaded
with light, thin clothes, and think you'll shoot the same wearing all your gear.
Until now, the regulations of the Turkish Bar Association have said "lawyers and intern lawyers conduct their duties bareheaded
and in attire that accords with the profession," but the court has now removed the expression "bareheaded
" from the article.
Wearing a wide variety of practical, knee-length dresses and aprons, all but two of the girls are bareheaded
He ends up on his knees, bareheaded
, without his daughter, without his money, without his livelihood, and he says: "I am content.
Inside the media center at the conference, I noticed that the female staffers were alternately bareheaded
or wore the hijab, the headscarf.
He is bareheaded
, appears to be in his thirties or forties, is wearing a dark overcoat, and we see him from behind.
They're down there in Egypt without no god of their own and no more protection than a bareheaded
The traditional reason for men to wear a yarmulke was to show respect to God by not going bareheaded
1833 President Andrew Jackson is approached by a "poor bareheaded
woman with a little baby," whom he declares "a fine specimen of American childhood.
I was in the simplest and comfortablest of gymnast costumes--flesh-colored tights from neck to heel, with blue silk puffings about my loins, and bareheaded