- From Spanish banda. (Wiktionary)
“The term banda pops up often in discussion on the Chopo community.”
“If you want to hear what banda is SUPPOSED to sound like, go to the originals, Banda El Recodo.”
“I don't care for it and didn't say that I did, but banda is arguably the most popular music in Mexico today.”
“I caught the banda on my way home, didn't stay but I like banda from a distance and it is enjoyable a block or 2 away!”
“The NSU called the banda, saying that the police did not pay heed to the call to initiate action against the guilty even after the identity of the attackers were pointed in details.”
“banda" - like sound from the orchestra for the party music, and in the crystal clear sound, the effect is mannered.”
“You can also prepare a "banda" under the roof of your cowshed to store crops.”
“Fig. 9: The typical "banda" or Nest Africa uses a large amount of wood to smoke a small amount of fish (usually 6kg wood per 10kg fish).”
“If, for example, the primary objective of smoking is to produce a product such as banda in West Africa, which has good storage characteristics at ambient temperatures, the drying of the fish is a fundamental aspect of the smoking operation.”
“Fig. 9: The typical "banda" of West Africa uses a large amount of wood to smoke a small amount of fish (usually 6kg wood per 10kg fish).”
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