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do-rag

also doo-rag  (do͞o′răg′)
n.
A scarf or kerchief worn as a head covering, often tied at the nape of the neck.

[do + rag.]
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The 19-year-old Kylie Cosmetics mogul was spotted wearing a do-rag (also known as du rag, durag and doo rag), a head wrap traditionally worn in the black community, on Saturday, Sept.
This kid on the train is decked out in a black do-rag and a huge silver cross hanging on a silver chain around his neck, and a pant leg rolled up, Hip-Hop style.
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On the left-hand page, a drawing of a bug-eyed hardcore kid with a do-rag covering his head, a bandanna over his mouth, and a pair of gloves branded with the straight-edge X on his hands confronts the viewer with both fists clenched.
Fifteen minutes later, my instructor, Ben Byrd, a puckish redhead in his 20s wearing a navy do-rag, was complimenting my speed walking in place during one song, which led me to think, I'm in.
Detectives were notified by the State Police Forensic and Technology Center that swabs and scrapings from a gray mask and black do-rag taken from suspects at the time of the home invasion matched DNA profiles in the state's combined DNA system, according to police statements on file in court.
For the first 40 minutes or so, the pic plays like a dull blue-collar drama populated entirely by stereotypes, none more outrageous than Murphy, who appears on Josh's way to and from work, wearing a do-rag and shouting at his girlfriend in the street--a welcome return to the comic's irreverent, '80s-era persona.
without do-rag the carpenter senses the exchange of a message--between
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