hoodie


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hoodie

n. a hooded sweatshirt. It’s chilly. Better grab a hoody.
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Bernardine Elementary School in Woodland Hills, is wearing a Union Bay hoodie, $34, with capris by Un Deux Trois, $30.
Description: This recall involves James Trading Group's Croker Kids Ireland Sports Hoodie with model number IR6012 printed on a hang tag attached to the hoodie.
And the third raider was wearing a light grey hoodie and light-coloured tracksuit bottoms.
If', he said to me, 'We could persuade the chancellor, Gordon Brown, and deputy prime minister John Prescott, to allow photographs of themselves, walking together wearing hoodies, to be published in every daily newspaper, hoodyism would be abolished at a stroke' It is strange to think that the first hoodies to walk along the roads of Britain were the Benedictine monks in the Sixth Century.
Hazard: The hoodies have a drawstring around the neck area which poses a strangulation hazard to children.
For the launch, the 70 businesses who make up Design Works were encouraged to take part in a "Wear a Hoodie to Work Day" to show their support for the Truth about Youth team.
The young hoodies plan to help out older residents with shopping and gardening and hope to interview residents about their views of teenagers in the town.
The men in the first incident are all white, were wearing hoodies and spoke with a local accent.
Perhaps she'd heard a rumour that David Cameron was in town and remembered how he just loves to hug hoodies.
The offenders are described as one black male wearing a dark hoodie and one mixed race male wearing a grey hoodie.
I've seen plenty of boys wearing this garment, but never knew it was called a hoodie.
I WOULD like to vent my spleen about the hoodies as they are called, well I'd just like to praise a hoodie.
Before ordering a drink I asked if I was to be asked to leave as I was wearing a hoodie.
They were given Asbos, but the hoodie part of the ban was lifted because brothers Jonathan Webb, 22, and Joshua, 18, have hooded tops bought by their mother.