A decorative cloth band added to the top of bottom of a book's spine.
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- a band worn around or over the head
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(-bănd) noun 1.
A fillet; a band for the head. 'The headbands
and the tablets.' Is. iii. 20. 2.
The band at each end of the back of a book.
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a band worn around or over the head; `the earphones were held in place by a headband`
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• (n.) A fillet; a band for the head. • (n.) The band at each end of the back of a book.
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A headband is a topless headgear. Headband may also refer to: == See also == ...
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==History== Headband formed in February 1971 in Adelaide with Chris Bailey (ex-Red Angel Panic) on bass guitar, Joff Bateman (Resurrection, W.G. Berg, War Machine) on drums, Peter Head (Johnny Mac and the Macmen, Peter Beagley Trio, Boz) on keyboards and Mauri Berg (Silhouettes, Ides of March, Resurrection, W.G. Berg, War Machine) on
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A functional or ornamental band, made of colored silk or cotton, which is fastened at the top (and sometimes at the bottom) of the spine of a book. Originally it was sewn into the boards or leaves of the book to link the sections together but in today's binding process, it is often glued-on for decoration. The headbands of the 12th and early 13th c
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