What is the name of the knife worn round the neck of some religions?
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ruff? Edwardian collar?
Some blind people wear sunglasses because their eyes might look weird, like cloudy or deformed. Some people might not be fully blind, just legally blind, and be sensitive to l…ight. Also, a deaf person wearing earmuffs would look extremely weird and they wouldn't need to wear earmuffs anyways, it kind of defeats the purpose.
A round knife is a knife used to work with leather. It has an axe-like rounded blade that cuts leather with a rolling action of the sharp edge.
Amice . According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, an amice is "a liturgical vestment consisting of an oblong piece of white linen worn around t…he neck and shoulders and partly under the alb." For more information about the amice on Answers.com, click on the Related Link. And to see a clear image of a priest wearing an amice, click on the Related Link to Google Images.
a knife that is round
In Hebrew it's called a "kipah". In Yiddish (and often in English) it's called a yarmulke. That kind of cap in general is called a skullcap.
The hijab covers only the hair. Niqab covers the entire face or shows only the eyes.
no and yes some Muslims where them and some russia people also where them and some Muslims don't and that does not mean there not Muslims they can also just be kind and kindfu…l to show there Muslim too but not bad
Broad: Cutlery, Utility, Tactical, Camping, etc Specific: Bread knife, Sheepsfoot, trailer, tanto, spearpoint, carver, Kukuree, bowie, etc
A lot of people call it a Dog Collar for some reason, but it is in fact called a Clerical Collar.
There are two pieces of cloth used in a regular nun's habit on her head. The first is a Wimple . This is usually white, it can be pleated or loose. It comes up under the chin…, completely covers the head and falls like a bib in a half moon shape off the shoulders. The second would be the veil proper, which might have an underveil. In many orders the underveil was white, the overveil was white for novices (first year nuns who had just received the habit) and black for professed sisters. This is usually just a large clothe that hangs down the sides and the back off the head. Some orders wore a coronet instead of a veil. I believe the Sisters of Charity in France used to wear a distinctive coronet similar to the one worn by the "Flying Nun" in the old TV series.
Neck knives are simply a small knife with a fixed blade that is most commonly worn around a person's neck. Generally, these neck knives are intended for utilitarian uses.
The Boa Constrictor... The article worn around the neck is called a'feather boa'.