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hair′ net`

a cap of loose net, for holding the hair in place.
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Cherry Healey and Gregg Wallace INSIDE THE FACTORY BBC2, 8pm GREGG WALLACE in a hair net signals the return of this fascinating, stat-packed series, and this opener is a corker - following a day in the making of a Cherry Bakewell.
A woman in a white coat and a hair net said she was an inspector and wanted more information on the aardvark pizza.
Note: When making drinks, make use of gloves and hair net because no one will like to see hair strands in a drink and gloves because you will have to use your hand a lot.
Many service workers in restaurants wear the Vebe, a stretchy headband with a visor with ponytail strap and hair net. "The workers and managers alike recognize the hip look while complying with safety regulations," says Adkins.
If your hair isn't long enough, try using a hair net.
In theory, Gregg Wallace in a blue hair net and safety goggles, chatting to a load of blokes in a factory shouldn't be particularly entertaining.
Mary Power stood at the stove, face pink, hair net restraining her dandelion curls.
If you have layers and end up with lots of mini hairs sticking out of your braid, pop each strand into its own hair net before twisting.
Ah, well, he spent the rest of his days looking for his keys, his spectacles, his pocket watch, his socks, his wallet, his hair net ...
* Leather gloves, hair net, lab coat and safety glasses