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plait

(plāt)
To braid; to make separate strands of tissue into a ropelike structure (e.g., during tendon repair).
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Plait may hook the reader with gruesome tales of what if, but his focus is on the power and beauty of science, not on engulfing you with fear.
the morning ritual: my father's firm/gentle hands soothing my unruly hair into a smooth black plait.
From the traditional French plait to the edgy fishtail technique and the ethereal halo braid, which wraps around the head, whatever your style, there is a plait to suit you and your outfit.
Now you can start to plait, twisting the outside section into the middle.
Here she explains how to pull off the plait yourself at home: | Prep wet hair with Elnett Heat Styling Spray Volume at roots, set in rollers and dry | Section an inch of hair from each temple and secure at the crown with an elastic | Take the remaining top section of hair and backcomb to create height and volume.
I came face to face with my first real-life Wang plait a couple of weeks ago courtesy of uber-Wag Alex Gerrard, left.
The beauty centre owner has also entered the Limca Book of Records for making another plait earlier.
Bad Astronomy: Misconceptions and Misuses Revealed, from Astrology to the Moon Landing "Hoax" Philip Plait (John Wiley & Sons, 2002).
Delice de France, tel:020 8917 9600, have added three new products to their extensive ready-to-bake range of continental savouries: roast vegetable plait, a frankfurter and mustard lattice, and a spinach, ricotta and Parmesan plait.
So I've decided my look for summer is the side plait, (or the Sara side plait as the fash mags will prob label it).
THE CORNROW PLAIT THE inspiration for this look has come from the plait trend that's strong on the catwalks, but with more of an up do feel.