- n. Plural form of bandana.
“The “can-this-be-real?” factor ran high thanks to song titles like “The Monkey Song,” lyrics like “free, free, free the beast” and five guys in bandanas jumping around and playing hand drums, trumpet and flute.”
“These include pupils using graffiti "tags" on belongings, or walls; students wearing the same colours or clothing, such as bandanas, or beginning to use the same hand signals or slang words.”
“Bikers who register for the event, at a cost of 1,000 baht, will receive a pack of official merchandise such as bandanas, patches, pins and stickers.”
“I think it may be more accurate to say they put red bandanas on their head”
“KIT BOND: I think it may be more accurate to say they put red bandanas on their head, took a drink of sake, and went out on what I believe to be a Kamikaze mission.”
“Think Progress » Kit Bond: Democrats ‘put red bandanas on their head’ for a ‘Kamikaze mission’ to provide health reform.”
“Today on Newsmax, Sen. Kit Bond (R-MO) echoed Graham, saying Democrats are putting “red bandanas on their head” to go on a Kamikaze mission:”
“Kit Bond: Democrats ‘put red bandanas on their head’ for a ‘Kamikaze mission’ to provide health reform.”
“Eighteen months ago they sent out a solitary photo of a group of kids in a car park, shrouded in smoke, their faces covered by white bandanas.”
“LONDON—Obscured for days by hoodies and bandanas, the face of London's violent street riots began to come into focus on Wednesday as the British capital's courts worked overtime to process more than 800 people arrested so far for riot-related offenses.”
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