Definition of Bandings

1. Noun. (plural of banding) ¹



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Definition of Bandings

1. banding [n] - See also: banding

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bandings

bandicoot rat
bandicoots
bandied
bandier
bandies
bandiest
bandikini
bandikinis
bandileer
bandileers
bandiness
bandinesses
banding
banding of chromosomes
banding pattern
bandings (current term)
bandini
bandinis
bandish
bandished
bandishes
bandishing
bandit
bandito
banditos
banditries
banditry
bandits
banditti
bandittis

Literary usage of Bandings

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1. A Manual of North American Butterflies by Charles Johnson Maynard (1891)
"On the other hand, in northern Mass, the reverse is the case, the yellow being paler and the bandings comparatively narrow, with the blue well indicated. ..."

2. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1854)
"... lines, twines, and mill bandings.— [Sealed 15th April, 1853.] THIS invention consists in the introduction of a metallic wire into the middle or axis of ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1890)
"The bandings here are more opaque— some of a beautiful olive-green colour—and all are absolutely horizontal, as if traced according to a spirit-level one ..."

4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1904)
"Co..the policy contained the following clause : "Twenty-five thousand dollar* on cotton gins and bandings on board of any steamer or steamers at and from ..."

5. Deucalion: Collected Studies of the Lapse of Waves, and Life of Stones by John Ruskin (1879)
"IIL Very peculiar contorted bandings, (similar to the so-called contorted rocks ... For the contorted bandings in the chalk rock, which are not markings of ..."

6. Investigations of Infra-red Spectra by William Weber Coblentz (1908)
"In the normal stock plants there were in one group of 3 individuals, 1 ring and 2 bandings; in another of 4 plants, 2 protuberances, 1 bifurcation, ..."

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