hairdrier


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hairdrier

hairdryer [ˈhɛədraɪəʳ] Nsecador m de pelo
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Some suggested that if the watching former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson could have got to Murray then, he would have given him a blast of the hairdrier.
Ken said his managerial approach owed little to the Alex Ferguson "hairdrier" style.
And Sir Alex won't need to give me the hairdrier treatment because I'll be that good!" he added.
MARK YATES was not afraid to bring out the half-time hairdrier in this vital win for Cheltenham.
Make sure that you buy a powerful hairdrier and always blow dry with a nozzle.
If you're in a hurry, towel dry your hair, then tousle dry with a hairdrier. When your hair is virtually dry, use a brush or heated rollers to create a smooth or curly look.
Waterloo Dock's Jimmy Davies will hang up his hairdrier after half-a-century in charge of the Liverpool County Premier League side at the end of this month.
McLeish played under Sir Alex Ferguson at Aberdeen and he produced his own version of the hairdrier at the interval after his side had turned in a lacklustre performance and trailed to a Chris Perry header from a Lee Holmes corner two minutes before the break.
PITTSBURGH STEELERS boss Bill Cowher has borrowed Sir Alex Ferguson's infamous hairdrier to fire up his players ahead of their clash with Kansas City Chiefs.
No, Keane produced the famed hairdrier treatment for which his former manager at Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson is renowned.
He admires the man as a boss, but was given the literary equivalent of the hairdrier treatment in Fergie's autobiography.