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Bonnets 5 Years

Bonnet Has Been Used As The Name For A Wide Variety Of Headgear For All Genders—More Often Women—From The Middle Ages To The Present. As With "Hat" And "Cap", It Is Impossible To Generalize As To The Styles For Which The Word Has Been Used, But There Is For All Genders A Tendency To Use The Word For Pop Styles In Soft Material And Lacking A Brim, Or At Least One All The Way Round, Rather Than Just At The Front. Yet The Term Has Also Been Used, For Example, For Steel Helmets. This Was From Scotland (In 1505), Where The Term Has Long Been Especially Popular.Headgear Tied Under The Chin With A String Was Especially Likely To Be Called A Bonnet. Other Features Associated With Bonnets As Opposed To Hats Was That The Forehead Was Not Covered, And The Back Of The Head Often Was. The Outdoor Headgear Of Woman Servants And Workers Was More Likely To Be Called A Bonnet. It Was Often Worn Outside Over A Thinner Everyday Head Covering, Which Was Worn At All Times. In Summary, Hats Were Often Stiffer, Worn On The Top Of The Head With The Crown And Brim Roughly Horizontal, While Bonnets Were Pushed Back, Covering The Back Of The Head, With Any Brim Often Approaching The Vertical At The Front. Ot

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Gloves 5 Years

A Glove Is A Garment Covering The Hand. Gloves Usually Have Separate Sheaths Or Openings For Each Finger And The Thumb. If There Is An Opening But No (Or A Short) Covering Sheath For Each Finger They Are Called Fingerless Gloves. Fingerless Gloves Having One Small Opening Rather Than Individual Openings For Each Finger Are Sometimes Called Gauntlets, Though Gauntlets Are Not Necessarily Fingerless. Gloves Which Cover The Entire Hand Or Fist But Do Not Have Separate Finger Openings Or Sheaths Are Called Mittens. Mittens Are Warmer Than Other Styles Of Gloves Made Of The Same Material Because Fingers Maintain Their Warmth Better When They Are In Contact With Each Other; Reduced Surface Area Reduces Heat Loss. A Hybrid Of Glove And Mitten Contains Open-Ended Sheaths For The Four Fingers (As In A Fingerless Glove, But Not The Thumb) And An Additional Compartment Encapsulating The Four Fingers. This Compartment Can Be Lifted Off The Fingers And Folded Back To Allow The Individual Fingers Ease Of Movement And Access While The Hand Remains Covered. The Usual Design Is For The Mitten Cavity To Be Stitched Onto The Back Of The Fingerless Glove Only, Allowing It To Be Flipped Over (Normally

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