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snood

see frontal process (2).
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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.
A Fifa spokesman said: "We want a debate over the snood and whether it could be dangerous.
He said there was no way the players were wearing any of those snoods.
Look snood up in the dictionary and you will find they date back to the eighth century when they were found presumably in the T K Maxx of their day in the then thriving capital of the kingdom of Mercia, Tamworth.
Luxury goods group Burberry beat second-quarter revenue forecasts, helped by demand for handbags, leather goods and snoods, adding to signs of a consumer recovery and lifting its shares to a 21-month high.
Those who don't know a snood from a wattle (the flap of skin under the turkey's chin) are sure to be intrigued by the following little-known turkey facts:
Another change could see snoods banned - Fifa is concerned there is a safety risk if a player is running through on goal and an opponent grabs the neckwarming accessory.
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SNOOD AWAKENING: Jack Rodwell challenges Manchester City's Mario Balotelli
The players already adorn themselves in snoods, gloves, Lycra shorts and tights while Manchester City players were given heated moon boots to keep their tootsies warm prior to kick-off.
e country look combines tweed blazers with fuzzy blanket coats and snoods, while the ladylike trend uses elbow-length gloves and cutesy cardigans.