Dutch cap


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Dutch cap

n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a woman's lace cap with triangular flaps, characteristic of Dutch national dress
2. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) a contraceptive device for women. See diaphragm2
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Dutch cap

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Van Marwijk, who earned one Dutch cap in his playing career, managed the Netherlands from 2008 until June 2012.
That is done either by ensheathing the penis by a rubber condom commonly known as French Leather or by covering the entrance to the uterus by means of a tampon or a cap commonly known as Dutch cap or a diaphragm or by introducing a sperm killing medicine into the vagina before the sexual intercourse.
"Everybody knows the Koeman name in Holland," says Len, whose grandfather Martin earned one Dutch cap before his two sons won the European Championship together in 1988 alongside Ruud Gullit, Marco van Bas-can be the of Ronald could not assistant to my father.
If you're having a Dutch cap fitted you don't want the nurse saying, 'I know you, don't I?
Van Wolfswinkel (pictured right) earned his second senior Dutch cap against Indonesia in June, and is confident he can make a quick transition from the Portuguese league to the hustle-and-bustle of the English top flight.
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From Sanger Stopes learned about the use of the rubber pessary, the 'Dutch cap', for female contraception.