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adjective as in outlining

noun as in lace

noun as in strip

noun as in stripe

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Tameness, helpful when it comes to banding, makes these birds vulnerable to invasive predators.

Depending on the arrangement of the LEDs in the backlight, it can also result in a picture with unnatural banding or patchiness, especially around the edges.

I have always been mostly impressed with the Pixel cameras in past generations, even if the Pixel 4 did have a problem with light banding when shooting in most artificial light.

She hadn’t expected to see the curtains she designed, but after counting the swags and zooming in on the custom banding, she knew they were hers.

In 64 years of bird banding, Powdermill’s Avian Research Center has recorded fewer than 10 such birds.

Zealous populist patriots might pal around on principle, but banding together effectively is another matter.

Some are donating blood for the injured, while others are banding into groups to keep the titushki away from their neighborhoods.

There is a banding together so to speak, which is becoming a real cultural phenomenon.

But from within, it is in fact multiple societies, occasionally banding together but more often at war with one another.

The story of high-altitude workers banding together to attack three men who apparently offended them defies expectations.

Shareholders also I am glad to observe are banding themselves together for the protection of their interests.

The banding is probably protective, as in the case of the tiger and the zebra, and renders the shell less visible.

They stand about a yard apart, and banding their faces towards each other, kiss on the lips.

Banding iron, clamps, bronzes, and every description of metal that was found were thrown into furnaces and melted down.

The aspect of the rock at this stage is that of a gneiss with rather indefinite banding.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to banding, such as: bordering, bounding, circumscribing, delimiting, girdling, and marking.

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