Thesaurus / banded

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These veinlets produce that alternation in mineral composition and banded structure which are essential in gneisses.
It had not, however, but a letter was banded to the Provost while he waited.
The axle of the phton had been split, and must be temporarily patched up and banded.
THE OTHER GIRLSMRS. A. D. T. WHITNEY
To either side of the road lay fields of wheat, of clover, of corn, banded and broken by shadowy forest.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
Our people have banded together; but it is for the purpose of declaring ourselves against unlawful taxation.
They banded themselves together anew, and made great exertions to procure re-enforcements.
But the leading statesmen, getting timely warning of his intention, banded themselves together and successfully opposed him.
The people had banded and murmured against the subsidies for the French war.
The capitalists, banded together for the sole purpose of pillage and loot, had already succeeded in enslaving the toiler.
Some are banded in seal-brown and amber, the surface having the lustrous, changeful effects of a cat's eye.
IN THE OPENSTANTON DAVIS KIRKHAM

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