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- adj. Wearing a headscarf.
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A man who works in the military, whose headscarfed mother was denied entry to his military ceremonies, is asked why Turks are so afraid of a bit of cloth.
Angela Thorne, headscarfed and tweed-skirted, is a finely calibrated D Mosley.
I was just so overwhelmed, she said She shakes her head and shows me a picture of herself from a newspaper: small, headscarfed and bespectacled, walking hand in hand with the wife of the world's most powerful man towering above her.
The footage of headscarfed French student Clotilde Reiss pleading for mercy as she “confessed” to espionage in an Iranian courtroom has outraged France.
But the woman in the front row had the eyes and profile of a Callas, her glossy black hair piled in the fashion of a Floating World geisha, while the other, seated a yard or two from him, was a little mouse, headscarfed, huddled, hands folded.
Personally I'll put more emphasis on what these headscarfed women are saying when they have rallies showing support to the women who are harassed and sexually assaulted while NOT wearing headscarfes.
Like the headscarfed woman from Zaman said, the situation for women in Turkey is not that bright still.