Mortar Board?

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A mortar board is a unique kind of cap worn with academic regalia, and is mostly linked with academic settings such as graduations, and teachers used to wear it as part of their full academic regalia while teaching. Mortar boards mostly consist of a cap fixed to a hard, flat square board that is usually worn with a tassel, and can also refer to a square board with handle for holding and carrying masonry mortar. The mortar board has origins in the Roman Empire, Middle Eastern Muslim scholars, as well as European members of the holy orders.
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1. Locate the longer point on one side of the mortarboard. This is the back of the cap and should point down the back of your head. 2. Set the mortarboard onto your head so it fits
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Mortar Board, Inc. a national honor society that recognizes college seniors
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take a small squeeze bottle of silver paint (found in any craft store) and write the year of your graduation on the top of your hat. this is what i did, it looks pretty cool from
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(Academic Clothing) a black tasselled academic cap with a flat square top covered with cloth http://www.thefreedictionary.com/mortarb… A college cap. A corruption of the French
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A mortarboard hat is an item of academic head dress. It consists of a horizontal square board fixed upon a skull-cap, with a tassel attached to the centre. The ...
1. Locate the longer point on one side of the mortarboard. This is the back of the cap and should point down the back of your head. 2. Set the mortarboard onto ...
A mortarboard is an academic cap with a flat square with a tassel on top. It is part of the gear worn by graduands during graduation to signify the end of a course ...
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