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Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Amédée, French surgeon, 1802-1858. See: Bonnet capsule.

Bon·net

(bō-nā'),
Charles B., Philosopher, physician, natural scientist, Swiss 1720-1793. See: Bonnet syndrome.
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And now, as a bonnet wearer, they have new rights and responsibilities both earned and imposed upon them by their tribe.
lt;BPentre Primary Infant Easter bonnet parade in 2007
WALES ECHO TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016 Tuesday, March 22, 2016 OF SPRING SIGNS Two newborn Bantam chicks at Cefn Mably Farm Park in 2007 Take a nostalgic trip down Memory Lane with another dip into our photo library Pentre Primary Infant Easter bonnet parade in 2007
Found in a car bonnet on 10/10/15 following a journey from Glasgow.
Smashing bonnets from Sheryl |Louise Bent, above, and Karen Bloore, below
The Little Beauty Bonnet Kickstarter Project will fund the first production run in order to start marketing the product.
The Easter bonnet winners were: Year 2, Joel Standfield, Charlie Grant and Charlie England; Year 1, Razeena Jama, Noah Polton, Sophie Stone, Sana Sajid, Sanojan Sambosivan and Hattie Scoffman.
The sun was shining and spring was on its way when Cathy Coen paid a visit to Belle Vue Zoo in Manchester with thoughts of Easter bonnets on her mind.
Meanwhile Greyhounds Galore held an Easter bonnet walk from Saltburn Bandstand.
Muscat: Muscat Hills' female golfing elite celebrated the Easter holidays with a fun competition recently, combining golf with the broader British tradition to wear an Easter bonnet.
The children were taking part in a parade and bonnet contest judged by X Factor star Rebecca Ferguson's hat maker Hayley Marsden yesterday.
HOLIDAY FUN: 18-year-old Wendy admires this oversized Easter egg in 1968; school pupils enjoy some Easter fun in 1981; and pastry chefs Mike Goddard, Mr Patzer and Pater Inger at Birmingham's Albany Hotel in 1981 with a 12-pound hot cross bun EGGHEADS: Mark Bywater, from Beaconside First and Middle School, in a competition in 1986 to find the best decorated and most original egg; and pupils from Ocker Hill Junior School in Tipton in 1984 HAT'S ENTERTAINMENT: Katie Niblett and James Crawford, both aged three, show off their Easter bonnets at Marlbrook Playgroup, Bromsgrove, in 1988 GETTING AHEAD: Christopher Stonehall, five, from Moons Moat School in Redditch, with an Easter chick on his head gear in 1985.