balaclava helmet

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Noun1.balaclava helmet - a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the facebalaclava helmet - a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the face
cap - a tight-fitting headdress
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Use a neck gaiter, face mask or Balaclava helmet, or zip your collar jacket all the way up to cover your nose if possible.
I think it was the ping-pong ball eyes taped to my green Balaclava helmet which swung it.
Mostly, today, he's thankful that he doesn't live in Russia, whence the wind appears to be coming, and I'm wondering whatever happened to the balaclava helmet, that old playground staple once knitted by every mum worth her salt.
Both raiders fled but Joneswas arrested because he had left his balaclava helmet behind.
Staff were threatened with a carving knife by one man, wearing a black balaclava helmet, before handing over around pounds 2,500.
The young actors are tremendous - there's little Curtis, complete with goggles, balaclava helmet, dummy and earmuffs, who's scared of clowns and anything red.
Clothing found in the Pinewood Avenue house matched that worn by the men in the video and a balaclava helmet found in a coat there had Round's DNA on it, he said.
He wore the mottled camouflage of South Africa, his clipped Afrikaner accent emerging from beneath a balaclava helmet and mask.
A far more practical headdress was the balaclava helmet. Although some commanders discouraged its use in its usual form, as it might affect the ability to hear an enemy, when rolled up in the fashion of a navy watch cap it was comfortable, warm and convenient.
He might keep a Balaclava helmet handy, which he could don whenever confronted by a faceless constituent.
Mr John Ward, 60, had just stepped inside the foyer of the firms building in Dibdale Street, Dudley, when he was attacked by man wearing a green balaclava helmet