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  • noun Plural form of headband.


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  • Satin headbands and lace-trimmed bonnets not having been invented in her day, Rachel Leah wore the stately knupf or turban on her shaven head.

    The Promised Land

  • If we start to think that the headbands are the determining factor in winning games, we won't have a chance this year.

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  • The minimum cost for testing our products -- harmful items such as headbands -- would be triple our gross revenue.

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  • Kindergartners at Brentwood, Central and Van Buren elementaries created crafts such as headbands, rhythm shakers, pottery and jewelry and also learned about American Indian culture by writing on bear skin, talking about the many uses of corn and learning a dance, said Lindsay Jones, district spokeswoman. Top Stories

  • Hairstyling may also include adding accessories (such as headbands, barrettes, to the hair to hold it in place, enhance its ornamental appearance, or partially or fully conceal it with coverings such as a kippa, hijab, or turban. articles

  • Before the arrival of the European traders, the woodland peoples in particular used dyed porcupine quills to weave intricate designs on tobacco pouches, headbands, and baskets.

    Huichol art, a matter of survival: Part One

  • Inside, vendors have wheeled in carts or set up shop on the sidewalks, selling pretzels, fruit, plastic guns and revolution-themed T-shirts, headbands and wall clocks.

    Egypt protesters march on defense ministry

  • The corner of the sack is made into a hood for women and men wear headbands.

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  • Some of your who actually read my books may recall that in the Firestar series, reporters and all would wear "digital optical input devices" on headbands.

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  • Designer Michael McDonald dresses the cast in vests with fringe, bell-bottom jeans and headbands, emblematic of a time when it was normal to walk around in costume.

    The wonderfully unruly 'Hair' is still a blowout 42 years after its Broadway debut


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