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She was in white from top to toe; he could see the clean outline of her head and neck, denned by the hooding scarf.
REST HARROWMAURICE HEWLETT
Cover the head, as in hooding a falcon, and the bird seems to be deprived of the power of voluntary movement.
It consists of three recessed arches hooding with deep splays the three doorways which lead into nave and side aisles.
CATHEDRALS OF SPAINJOHN A. (JOHN ALLYNE) GADE
He recorded the cops taking the goths down, cuffing them, and hooding one kid who was thrashing like a fish on a hook.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
The knack of hooding is only to be acquired, like other fine arts, by long and assiduous practice.
It is of course for this reason that I have advised the tying up of the tail whilst hooding lessons are being given.
The hooding of hawks is an art in itself, and will be referred to in a later chapter.
So much hooding, so best to saw into right pieces the clang and the hush.
GEOGRAPHY AND PLAYSGERTRUDE STEIN

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