In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- keep your wig on! — ¡no te sulfures!
- Other measures will include judges taking off their wigs and gowns to make the courts look less intimidating when children are involved in cases.
- Human hair wigs can be restyled using heating devices, such as curling irons.
- Most women now wear their hair too short for traditional hairstyles, so they wear wigs to go with ritual dress.
- As the emotional heat turns up, they unlace their hearts and their consciences, shedding their wigs and letting their hair down.
- Hair has stopped growing on most of her skull, and she wears a wig to cover her baldness.
- The best human hair wigs are made from European hair but, unfortunately, they cost a small fortune.
- As a sign of respect for the law and British custom, judges and lawyers during America's colonial period wore powdered wigs over their natural hair.
- Britain's top judges and barristers traditionally wear wigs in their court appearances.
- He had dirty blond hair that fit his face better than the black hair from the wig.
- And now I find myself wanting to tell you about hair colour and wigs.
- Instead, use shampoos, conditioners and hairsprays specially formulated for synthetic wigs.
- Some of the headsets have tiny, curled British barristers' wigs perched on top of them.
- Real hair wigs are definitely the better option for people who need a wig because of hair loss.
- A thick braid of hair hung just above the bench's surface, looking more like a wig than real hair.
- Pins that are used to penetrate hairpieces or wigs are often referred to as T-pin or wig hair pins.
- Forgetful guests across the country have left behind false eyeballs, wigs, and even artificial arms and legs.
- To show that it was a different kind of hearing, the judge and barristers took off their wigs, but kept on their court robes.
- A nearby church offers the best in Catholic kitsch, statues of Our Lady wearing real clothes and wigs - one blond, one brunette.
- Models sauntered along a catwalk sprinkled with black sequins wearing triangular crimped wigs and sporting ghostly white faces.
- To avoid a weave that looks like a wig, take care not to add too much hair.
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