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snood

see frontal process (2).
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A prototype has been developed, coinciding with Blatter's ruling and offering a real alternative to the snood - reducing the danger but not the warmth.
Summary: It has emerged that footballers could be banned from wearing snoods on safety grounds.
He was wearing blue jeans and a dark zip-up top with the hood pulled up, gloves and a scarf or snood hiding his face.
There may be a safety issue - if for example a player was running through on goal and an opponent grabbed his snood, that could pose a potential danger to his neck," he added.
Just imagine me walking out at Burnden Park in the 1960s wearing a snood and gloves.
So footy fans are keeping themselves entertained by having a heated argument about the merits of the snood.
THE SNOOD As seen at Missoni, the knitted snood is the scarf's trendier sister.
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.
Disposable snood hats have been introduced by a large bakery chain in various colours to differentiate between Quality Control personnel, Service Engineers and First Aiders.
CLUE, THE GAME OF LIFE, SNOOD and Mass Effect Galaxy Now Available on iPhone and iPod touch
99 @H&M Mittens, PS7 @ Debenhams logo umbrella, PS18 @ Debenhams Faux fur snood, PS29 by Dubarry @ Greaves Sports Fur-lined mittens, PS8 @ Edinburgh Woollen Mill Faux fur trapper hat, PS25 @M&S Quilted coat, PS250 by North Face @Greaves Sports
99, all New Look Delphine embellished |skirt, PS69, knit jumper, PS49, faux fur snood, PS35, Chelsea boots, PS79, all Monsoon (www.