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    In the Edo world view, the head is considered to symbolize a man's knowledge, authority, success, and family leadership. The burden of providing for his family and seeing them through times of trouble is often described as being "on his head." Each new king or “Oba” of the Nigerian kingdom of Benin memorialized his father with a portrait cast in brass, made by craftsmen of the brass fraternity. The oba is often called a "Great Head," accentuating the head of the living leader as having the responsibility over the Benin kingdom. This head may have been made for the funeral of the king Ozolua or his son Esigye himself in 1551.The idealized naturalism of this work depicts the king at the prime of his life. The beaded headdress and collar are…

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    Introduction: This paper will cover the subject of the wearing of cultural and religious apparel in Canadian sports, based on Sheema Khan’s essay “Hijabs: Don’t Kick Up a Fuss “ A. Thesis: Writer’s position is one that is in favor of permitting Hijabs to be worn by participants that are engaged in organized sports. B. Roles/Arguments: Khan with the use of literary humor and satire makes for a persuasive argument in her paper for the wearing of the Hijab. The writer quickly dispatches the…

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    You're an original and try to stand out in every way. Not all brides want to wear a long, beaded gown in white for their wedding day. Some brides want to stand out with short stylish dresses or a delightful bridal fascinator with birdcage veil. With or without a veil, fascinators and attached flowers bring you back to an old Hollywood style that has romance and a bit of mystery to it. This is the last in our series about bridal hair accessories. We've covered everything from pins to headbands to…

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    African Art

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    African Art has historically been focus on the power and beauty of the body. The pieces of art that remain today lack much of the purpose as they meant to be used not displayed in glass cases. This is true for items such as the Buli Master’s stools and the headdresses of the Bamana and Mende peoples. These items, though aesthetically pleasing were meant to be used in either a leader’s home while entertaining guests or for ceremonies of seasonal change or children becoming adults. The headdresses…

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    The Hijab In Bangladesh

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    The assignment for the ANT 415: Understanding Secularism course is on the hijab in Bangladesh. And I would like to look into the performativity aspect of the hijab and the extent to which it affects the lives of the women who wear them. The hijab, or the headscarf, is a visible marker that helps construct and embody a woman’s Muslim identity and all around the world, this identity has an image associated with it. This image as it is seen here, will be explored as I spend a week in Dhaka wearing…

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    Hey All, Kevia here to share some of my favorite holiday hair tips for the upcoming season... Tip #1: Long Locks are in This year I’m loving the long, luscious locks. Some of my go-to glueless lace wigs for the holiday festivities are the long, flowy Bonnie Bella, and of course the beautiful Princess Love wig. Both of them are made from 100% virgin human hair and feature soft, sexy curls and a gorgeous 20-inch length. These are perfect for the holidays because they are soft, romantic, and…

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    Headscarves and neckwear in the Middle Ages Archaeological findings and sculptures from the 5th century AD suggest Anglo-Saxon women wore scarves tucked into the neck of their under gowns, and pulled over the head for warmth. Excavations of remains from the 8th to the 10th century show headscarves and veils worn by Viking women, with some styles possibly influenced by the Anglo and Celtic hosts of their settlements. Scarves feature widely in fashion from the Middle Ages. Throughout most of…

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    The Shocking Absorbing Capabilities of Century Bob Since Century Bob is constructed to look like a human being, some parts of it are tougher than others. When the nose is hit, it is more resistant than for example, hitting the neck would be. The urethane foam that it is made out of makes it very solid with only a little give so it reacts as it should when it is struck. Space Needed For Setup/Is it Suitable to Use at Home? The dimensions of Century Bob are 24X24X61…

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    especially soccer. In fact, women’s soccer has the 4th highest concussion rate of any sport, following closely behind football. Despite the evidence, researchers at the University of Wisconsin – Madison are struggling to find willing participants for a new study involving protective headgear in soccer. There are a variety of theories as to why soccer seems to be more resistant to helmets than football. Tim McGuine and Allison Brooks are passionate about preventing athletic injuries, more…

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    Headgear Research Paper

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    Depending on which kind of training you are planning on doing, some kind of headgear might be not unimportant aswell. A probability that is good is that a substantial setback could be taken by you for the head at any level. This really is obviously not a good thought without some headgear. You will need in order to tell up your pal is holding exactly how many hands after exercise. But how about fresh grade and preschoolers schoolers? Is it safe for kids these ages to accomplish pushups? Yes, it…

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