What is the name of the knife worn round the neck of some religions?
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A fettling knife is used to finish pottery by removing defectspresent in ceramics after casting. It comes from the Middle Englishword 'fetle' which meant to shape or prepare.
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 light. Also, a deaf person wearing earmuffs would look extremely weird and they wouldn't need to wear earmuffs anyways, it k…ind of defeats the purpose. ( Full Answer )
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.
in the horse world, i think its a cutting knife or a trimmer, but im not entirely sure.
The Swiss Army knife, made be Victorinox. Several models have been used in the show, "Tinker", "Executive", "Explorer" and "Huntsman" models most commonly known.
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In the UK, it's speedcuffs. In the US, it differs in each state but usually some sort of ASP / Smith & Wessons / Peerless handcuffs.
Company Logo on the left - Name on the right. . No Company Logo - Name on the left. . Navy name goes over the right pocket. Service badge and ribbons go over the left pocket.
The priest wears an alb ( usually white) that goes from neck to toe; over the alb he wears a vestment called a chasuble. If not wearing the chasuble he will wear stole over the alb. The chasuble and stole are the colors of the season.
You can try blade, cutter, cutting edge, dagger, stiletto More remote terms might include sword, bayonet, , lance, lancet, bit, cutlass, machete, kris, whittle, poniard, scalpel, edge, dirk
The women are given a special place in the family and society. . The respect of elders and love for juniors is binding upon everyone. . A person has to cater to the needs of his neighbours and has to be considerate towards them. . No anti-social behaviour is allowed. . No adultery is all…owed. . Great emphasis is placed on the nuclear and extended family structure. . The eldest starts the dinner and lunch while the fruit is given first to the youngest child present. ( Full Answer )
The main artery in your neck is called the Carotid Artery. It is the largest artery in the neck region.
There is a Throg's Neck Bridge somewhere in New York, near the City. I've always wondered what it means. Maybe contact an historian or check an old encyclopedia.
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 the 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. ( Full Answer )
The rectangular piece of white linen worn beneath the alb is an 'amice', from the Latin word 'amictus' meaning cloak.
The type of hat commonly associated with Witches is a conical hat. For further information, I suggest you read this page: http://www.controverscial.com/The%20Witches%20Hat.htm
It is called "Yom mum" and sometimes a Pointy but is also reffered to as a Witching Bonnet even though it does not look like the other bonnets of its era.
Depending on the sect, yes, most followers of the Sikh faith carry a "kirpan". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirpan
The Papal cape is called a COPE. The American Heritage Dictionary says the following: cope (noun) 1. A long ecclesiastical vestment worn over an alb or surplice. 2. A covering resembling a cloak or mantle. Etymology: from the Middle English cope, from Old English cope, from Medieval Lat…in capa, cloak , from Late Latin cappa. Cite This Source: The American HeritageÂ® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition; Copyright Â© 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Company; Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. Also: orale or fanon (or maniple) 1. a maniple. 2. a striped scarf-like vestment worn by the pope over the alb when celebrating solemn Pontifical Mass. (see link below) ( Full Answer )
That is disgusting. Why would you ever wear a person? Seek help. Also, be a man, rub some dirt on it.
Whetstone is just one type of the knife sharpener. There are many other types of sharpening systems and devices including sandpaper, grinders, V type sharpeners, electrical sharpeners, etc. General name is still a knife sharpener though.
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.
Easy way? Take a pair of scissors, cut a half-inch to one inch down the front middle of your shirt's collar.
The hijab covers only the hair. Niqab covers the entire face or shows only the eyes.
I don't know, ask me again... I will tell you they are called sombrero! :)
cuz they be fly yo. Also the are sold at most urban clothing stores, which is where inner city populations shop. Being that those populations have a greater concentration of minorities it is reasonable that you would see more of those minorities wearing brands that are sold where they shop. Same rea…son they wear Dada, fubu, vonteff, etc... I'm sure if they sold Holister stuff there you would see black people wearing that too. I know that's actually the store, but you get my point.cuz they be fly yo. Also the are sold at most urban clothing stores, which is where inner city populations shop. Being that those populations have a greater concentration of minorities it is reasonable that you would see more of those minorities wearing brands that are sold where they shop. Same reason they wear Dada, fubu, vonteff, etc... I'm sure if they sold Holister stuff there you would see black people wearing that too. I know that's actually the store, but you get my point. ( Full Answer )
I was studying aztecs 10 years ago and i think it was a hook that was hard o get off.
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 kindful to show there Muslim too but not bad
Snake symbolises all evil so by hvn a snake arnd his neck he is tryn to prove to us dat he wil,protect us frm evil.
Kippah, however this is not specific to Rabbis. All Jewish men (and some Jewish women in modern congregations) wear a kippah.
Broad: Cutlery, Utility, Tactical, Camping, etc Specific: Bread knife, Sheepsfoot, trailer, tanto, spearpoint, carver, Kukuree, bowie, etc
yes they can, they can also be hung around rear-view mirrors, on door handles and also nails in walls!
Another name for a soft knife would be soft knife an a straight knife. Maybe even a rounded knife
It is called a stole and is worn by deacons, priests, and bishops alike. However, the way they wear it is different. Priests and deacons wear it in the same way - in the "scarf-like" fashion you mentioned. Conversely, deacons wear it as a sash, going around their left shoulder, chest, and back. It s…ignifies authority in the Church, as priests, deacons, and bishops guide and teach us about Christ and the Church. "[...]the stole is only used, and must be used, at a function peculiar to the deacon, priest, and bishop, a function that presupposes the order (e.g., at the celebration of Mass, when the Blessed Sacrament is touched, when the sacraments are administered), but not for example, in processions or at Vespers" (link added). However, a bishop may wear a stole during Vespers. He is an exception. ( Full Answer )
A lot of people call it a Dog Collar for some reason, but it is in fact called a Clerical Collar.
There were many different hats worn during the 30's , a brief description would help.
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 prop…er, 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. ( Full Answer )
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bracheasaurus. They can reach to about to 5 storys high! brachiasaurus (brak-ee-a sor us) are very common dinosaurs. they are not attractive to movement and arent vicous lie other speices. they are about 30 feet long from head to tail. they have very long necks
Ihram clothing is simply an item of clothing to be worn during the pilgrimage, but there are many competing views on the proper wearing of ihram. For example, the exact number of days a pilgrim is required to wear ihram varies according to the type of pilgrimage (Hajj) the individual is performing, …such as performing Hajj, or a smaller version of Hajj, called Umrah. The simple, white Ihram clothing is intended to make everyone appear the same. for males ihram consists of two un-sewn white towels; one that covers the area bellow the waist, and the other is draped over the shoulders. there is thus no difference between a prince and a pauper. For women there is no clear prescription. Women's clothing, therefore, varies considerably and reflects regional as well as religious attitudes. In general females wear long black cloaks that keep them covered from head to toe (except the hands) ( Full Answer )
Bilbo gives it that name after he defeats the spiders in Mirkwood. He's referring to himself being the stinging fly who fights back, and the sword is his sting.
At the very top of the spine are the atlas and axis vertebrae. Beneath them are the cervical vertebrae of the neck, which connect to the dorsal vertebrae of the back. Next are the lumbar vertebrae near the base of the spine, which terminate at the sacrum and coccyx.
The tall and pointed head gear is called a mitre while the small 'beanie-like' cap he wears on the back of his head is called a zucchetto.
Without seeing the knife (or even having a description), it's not possible to answer this question. It's difficult to supply information on a mystery item.
there are 2 different types of neck joints on guitars, bolt on necks, and set necks. acoustics are usually set neck, most metal or rock oriented gitars are bolt ons. hope this helps - Kyse
You can't because it is a sign of disrespect. Also it show that y ou don't care about the real meaning of it. You should hold it in your hands. You can have a rosary bracelet or key chain but it was made specifically for that purpose.
A "Pairing" knife is the most commonly used knife for peeling the skins from vegetables. A medium "chef's knife" is used for chopping and slicing vegetables.
Jewish males wear kippas or yarmulkas. They remind them that God is always above them.
Immediately before naming the sword, Bilbo is described as being like a small fly, caught in the web of one of the giant spiders of Mirkwood. After he draws his sword and kills the spider, he dubs the sword Sting. While it's never explicitly stated why he chooses the name Sting, the timing of events… makes the answer plain: the spider had thought he had a helpless insect in his web but it turns out that the fly had a powerful sting, like a bee, a hornet, or a wasp. A sting is a defense weapon insects might use against spiders and it is a kind of weapon a spider would understand - the spiders themselves refer to his sword as "a sting" (lowercase - i.e. not a proper noun). It's as if rather than the spiders being made large, Bilbo has been made small and is defending himself against spiders with an insect's weapon. ( Full Answer )
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.