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Synonyms for bandanna

large and brightly colored handkerchief

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The family discovered a company that made fun bandanas that also helped the scalp breathe - encouraging hair growth.
The charity used the old-fashioned red London bus to bring news of its Bandana For Brain Tumours campaign to members of the public at Symphony Hall, The Mailbox, Touchwood and Tudor Grange Leisure Village.
Zach Carpenter, 18, saw two men wearing bandanas across their faces enter Hindrey Road before he heard three loud bangs.
Fold a second bandana in half diagonally so that it becomes a triangle.
The two other suspects were both around 5''5 and also wore bandanas and hooded tops.
Bandanas, especially the printed, cheery variety are long associated with a sense of purpose.
Kavanagh and Yorath disguised themselves with bandanas and used a gun and 10-inch serrated knife to hold up two teenage boys and two 16-year-old girls in a Cardiff park.
This year we have changed the campaign from music to textile adopting a universal concept to show support for cancer patients; bandanas that is.
The Crips wear blue bandanas and British Knights trainers - which have the emblem BK, interpreted as Blood Killas.
The black-clad, truncheon-wielding "Eat the Rich" crowd put on their masks and bandanas.
Geographical magazine has bandanas to give away to the first 15 readers who send in their names and addresses on a postcard or envelope marked `bandana', to the usual editorial address.
Every accessory department on the high street has been loading up on weird and wonderful bandanas to suit every taste and personality.
Create a team name and yell as a first station activity, and don like-colored crepe paper arm bands, bandanas, or face paint.
The winner will receive two three-day passes with VIP Deluxe upgrades, and ten of the printed bandanas to wear and share with friends.