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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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The one top left was obviously in memory of a sailor This plaited hair bracelet with a memorial heart locket, also containing plaited hair, is estimated at PS80-120
GCSE student Corey Smith, aged 16, of Ernsford, Coventry has his hair plaited into cane rows.
The plaited products are produced with the addition of the four-row Oddy Plait machine, which in turn feeds its own wetter seeder and automatic panner setter.
In another plastic bag was her mother's long grey hair, plaited.
He also recommends adding serum to the plaited section to give a more luminous finish.
These are then loosely plaited with the rest of the hair, in two, three or even four sections.
Ten-year-olds Ophelia and Jordan, who attend Wooldale Junior School, New Mill, have created dozens of the plaited and twisted designs.
A mixed race man, with plaited hair, bundled her into an alleyway off Hutchinson Green, St Ann's, to begin the assault.
I have also had the pleasure of leading up Lester Piggott, Pat Eddery, Ray Cochrane etc, and they do not seem to have any problems with my plaited manes
Get pop star Katy Perry's elegant plaited look with a simple clip-on hairpiece.