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Hats and Caps

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Hats and caps are used for both practicality and fashion. They are worn on the head to help protect from bad weather, or as a way to display some flowers at the garden show.

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Place the cap in the top rack of a dishwasher. Turn off the dry cycle. Put the baseball cap in the washing machine (NO BLEACH!) use Tide, or another detergent that doesn't have bleach and do not wash it with any other clothing. WASH IN COLD WATER AND 1/2 CUP OF SALT (the salt helps the color to s…
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The broad rim Mexican sombrero was an adaptation of the hats worn by Spanish ranchers. The broad rim provides more shade and the name "sombrero" is derived from the Spanish word "sombra" which means shade. Mexican sombreros are worn by charros who are the equivalent of the American cowboys.
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The sombrero was invented to shade a horseback rider's face from the hot sun. Hats like these date back to the 13th century, seen on Mongolian horsemen. The Spanish invented the sombrero, which they brought to Mexico.
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A kippah is a hemispherical or platter-shaped cap. It is a custom which evolved as a sign of our recognition that there is someone "above" us who watches our every act. Traditionally, Jewish men and boys wear the kippah at all times and small children should also be taught to cover their heads. It…
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An American, Canadian or European tourist. Also a charro or mariachi during a festival or artistic presentation. Mexicans don't wear the stereotypical Mexican sombrero.
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The Term Is Called Bisblam or turbans. ___________________________________________________ I interpret you saying "Headgear" as the warbonnets and headdresses worn by highly esteemed chiefs (which differ amongst tribes in attributes and naming), lesser warriors would possibly decorate their hear w…
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If you are a girl, turn it slightly to the side with the lid tilting slightly down. Buy a beret that matches your face shape and hair color and wear your hair down.
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to show pleasure to Allah. they want to stay connected with Allah to show how true their religion of Islam really is. So, it's no problem for a Muslim man to wear a kufi whenever he feels like!
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Answer It is a matter of showing off custom and national symbols of dress and bacon.
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The charro or mariachi-style Mexican sombrero became famous during the 1910-1921 Mexican Revolution, when many people from rural communities were photographed wearing them; famous revolutionary generals Francisco 'Pancho' Villa and Emiliano Zapata were fond on wearing such kind of hats. Almost a cen…
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Yarmulke is Yiddish. Kippah is Hebrew.
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A kepi is a hat that they would make themselves out of wool in the civil war.:):) AnswerA kepi is a soft cloth hat with a short leather bill. They originated from the French troops. Today you can still see them worn by their police and military. The kepi originally had stiff sides. But later, …
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A bishop's special hat is called a mitre. HISTORY OF THE BISHOP'S MITRE The Jewish priesthood in the Old Testament were distinguished by a special headdress, which, in the King James Version of the Bible, is called a mitre. Most modern bible translations render this word as 'turban', it being a li…
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A sombrero is shaped the way that it is to provide protection from the sun. The sombrero is designed to shade not only the head and face, but also the neck and shoulders of the person wearing it.
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A yarmulke (pl: yarmulkes or yarmulkas ) is the name for a kippah (Hebrew for skullcap) in Yiddish, and the word is sometimes used by American Jews and often by non-Jews. Most Jews use the Hebrew word which is "kippa." Answer: Jewish males cover their heads with a kippa and/or a hat, as a reminde…
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Yiddish for skulll cap ---worn by Jewish men to show respect for god who is always watching them
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According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, a fez is "a man's felt cap in the shape of a flat-topped cone, usually red with a black tassel hanging from the crown, worn chiefly in the eastern Mediterranean region." To read more about the fez, and to see an image as well, s…
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It was the American Civil War where American troops wore flat caps called kepis.
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The Zuchetto has eight panels, while the Yarmulke has many different shapes, sizes, and patterns. And they have some difference in purpose. The original purpose of the zuchetto was to cover the tonsure, most likely for warmth in the days before central heating. It has become a symbol of tonsure, an…
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Wearing a kippah is a physical recognition that HaShem (The Creator) is always above us.
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sombrero, broad-brimmed, high-crowned hat made of felt or straw, worn especially in Spain, Mexico, and the southwestern United States. The sombrero, its name derived from the Spanish word sombra, meaning "shade," first appeared in the 15th century. Gentlemen often wore tan, white, or gray felt sombr…
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A beret is a flat men's hat, although it can also be worn by women. It has no stiffening as more formal men's hats. It is usually worn tilted to one side and has the advantage of being able to be stuffed in a coat pocket so it doesn't get lost.
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ANSWER: David Crockett, also known as Davy Crockett. King of the wild frontier.
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berets are clips that you put in your hair to keep it from going every where. example: when you put your hair into a bump you use a buret to keep it in a bump.
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To remind us that God is overhead.
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On your head, sometimes with clips to keep it on
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Japan
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It depends on the type of kippah. Many people crochet kippot but if you have a sewing machine, it's easy to make them out of fabric. The exact details of how to make a kippah depends on what style you want.
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Yarmulke is pronounced: yar-mul-KAH. However, almost no Jews use this Yiddish word anymore. Instead, the Hebrew word 'kippa' (kee-PAH) is used.
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it came from Greece in the late 5th century and was used as military headgear
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It is placed on the head.
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Traditionally it is seen as symbol of respect towards the Divine.
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I have added links for Internet sites which have patterns for yarmulka and kippahs. I think I've given you a few choices to help you with your project.
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A sombrero is used as a hat
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Answer 1 The custom of wearing a kippah, or yarmulke, is very old, and its origins are lost to time, but today it is generally associated with the idea of reminding the wearer of God's eternal presence, and/or creating a slight separation between the wearer and God. Answer 2 Why would someone dr…
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Tête (french for head)
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They didn't. The yarmulke is a Jewish garment that goes back to before the Romans.
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Jaapi is a traditional hat from Assam, India.
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It represents God's presence and how he is always watching over you
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A helm is something you ware on your head for protection and comes in different styles.
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The driving distance between Fez, Morocco and Tangier, Morocco is about 197 road miles.
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to recieve money to go to club 302 ! :)
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A kippah is worn as a physical acknowledgment that HaShem (G-d) is always above us.
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the answer is .no one knows .it certainly the bible or Torah does not direct you to wear one and the israelites did not wear one . the story of avshalom getting his long hair caught with the tree branches gave us a hint .it is a law passed by rabbies,as many other laws they invented ,as each generat…
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The Americans call it a Derby.
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Answer 1 Jewish males have covered their heads for as far back as we can trace. This practice is twice mentioned emphatically in the Talmud (Shabbat 156b; Kallah 1:16), in statements dating back 1700 and 1850 years, respectively. Even then, covering one's head is spoken of as an established practice…
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You can wear it with the bend either in the front or the back. I would recommend the bend in the back though.
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it comes from the spanish word for hat
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Nowhere else. That is why they are called Mexican sombreros.
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Fez is a former capital city in Morocco and a round flat hat.
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Fez City is in the northern part of the country of Morocco.
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No, Muslim men are not required, per religion, to wear a kufi.
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The kippah is traditionally worn by Jewish men. Observant Jewish women who have been married (including widows and divorcees) cover their heads more completely with scarves, hats, or wigs, but for a totally different reason. The tradition for women comes from a different source than that of men and …
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Turban and top hat are types of hats. Another hat is a ten-gallon hat.
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According to Wikipedia kippah's, also know as yarmulkes, "are associated with demonstrating respect and reverence for God". In Shabbat 156b it states: "Cover your head in order that the fear of heaven may be upon you." In Kiddushin 31a it states, "Rabbi Honah ben Joshua never walked 4 cubits (2 met…
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The word Beret is a latin word. It also came from a French word that means hat!!
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You can visit different Jewish websites that provide information on different patterns.
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The word is fedora. It is a soft felt hat with a wide curled brim.
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Not necessarily. Other countries make them, too.
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Jewish males cover their heads with a kippa and/or a hat, as a reminder of the presence of God. This practice is twice mentioned emphatically in the Talmud (Shabbat 156b; Kallah 1:16), in statements dating back 1700 and 1850 years, respectively. Even then, covering one's head is spoken of as an esta…
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By the first manufacturer in the UK who were British Beret Basque Ltd of Burnley, Lands.
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It's required more in men than women.
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It means "hat" in the spanish language.
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The purpose of the beret is:to keep the sun ofto look fashionableto traditional
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No, sombrero is Spanish for hat, specifically a broad-brimmed hat as the word derives from sombra, meaning shade.
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in the united states NO! Mexico, usually for costume or traditional for the men in the mariachi Where ever the person with the sombrero wants.... but more specific, Mexico! :)
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Only during independence day (September 15th) or any other such celebration. See related questions.
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It represents God's presence and how he is always watching over you A kippah (the Hebrew name that is used by most Jews today), is a physical acknowledgment that HaShem is always above us.
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It represents God's presence and how he is always watching over you
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French people and artists do sometimes.Little girl, soldier, creative person, french person, baby.
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Orthodox Jewish men wear them all the time. Conservative and Reform Jews might only wear them when praying in synagogue or in the home. It depends on your level of observance. The custom of wearing a kippah, or yarmulke, is very old, and it's true origins are lost to time, but today it is generall…
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It doesn't ever say it.
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A kippah is a cap worn on the head. Jewish males cover their heads with a kippa and/or a hat, as a reminder of the presence of God. This practice is twice mentioned emphatically in the Talmud (Shabbat 156b; Kallah 1:16), in statements dating back 1700 and 1850 years, respectively. Even then, coveri…
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Pipers wear two different types of head gear. A glengarry has tassels down the back, or a Tam o shanter is more of a cap.
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Its purpose is to remind us of the presence of God (Talmud, Shabbat 156b).
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No Asian men don't have to wear the kufi all the time. Only on special ocasions like the knupptea.
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Doctor Who of course!
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It's really simple you get your beret and drench it in hot water and then in cold then hold then cold, I don't know what you guys do but to make my beret look good, I shave it, but don't use a razor that they use In barbers, use like a gillette razor and shave around the whole beret until you see sp…
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In Turkey.
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This was the running gag throughout the series. It's never said where he's from.
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A beret is a round cap made of a soft, felt-like fabric. It was standard headgear for men in the Basque country at a time when nearly all men wore caps. It was adopted by armies all over the world and is nowadays worn by soldiers (think green or red berets of parachute regiments, for instance).
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With bobby pins.
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It represents God's presence and how he is always watching over you
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A sombrero is a wide-brimmed Mexican hat, so it would be worn on your head.
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A yarmulke made of the right fabric, and with a deep enough concave shape, has no trouble maintaining its attachment, and no help is needed to make it stick, any more than any other hat. If the fabric is too slick, or the yarmulke is too flat, or the wearer has too little hair or is planning to be …
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Religious Jewish males wear them all the time. Jewish males cover their heads with a kippa and/or a hat, as a reminder of the presence of God. This practice is twice mentioned emphatically in the Talmud (Shabbat 156b; Kallah 1:16), in statements dating back 1700 and 1850 years, respectively. Even th…
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a kippah looks like a saucer to fit your head.
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