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TAKING THE MIC David in unicorn head-dress PICS: GETTY
The soul-searching actress expressed openly her belief that the Islamic head-dress (veil or Hijab) is a must in Islam, and with that in mind, there was a strong possibility she herself would suddenly decide to don it without prior warning.
West Midlands Police has launched an internal inquiry into claims that one of its male officers ordered a Muslim woman to remove her religious head-dress.
The famous red hackles of the Black Watch head-dress bristled amid a crowd of 2,000 in Edinburgh, as veterans marched alongside politicians and the families of soldiers to the sound of pipes and drums.
She was smartly turned out in traditional black robe and a head-dress.
The bride who was given away by her brother Kenneth Jenkins of Birmingham was attired in a white lace dress over crepe de chine with veil and a head-dress of orange blossoms.
Eileen Lanaghan, 32, from Uddingston, Lanarkshire, has lost four bridesmaids' dresses, four pairs of shoes a head-dress and a veil.
Which head-dress shall be worn on the right side of the head, centred front and back, with the front edge of the cap 2.
The triple Brit winner wore yet another outlandish head-dress for a meal at London's swish Zuma restaurant.
Aubrey had been dead nine days and there he was, dressed as a sheikh, complete with the head-dress and sunglasses laid out in a single wooden wardrobe.
Children will be able to make their own reindeer head-dress which they can wear for the annual town centre Reindeer Parade on Sunday November 16.
Her hand-made head-dress was by Jenny Murray of Arcadia Tiaras, Flixton, Manchester, as was her Celtic-style jewellery.