hatband


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a band around the crown of a hat just above the brim

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All the men and maids of the house, the old women of the Alms House, whom the elder Sir Pitt had cheated out of a great portion of their due, the parish clerk's family, and the special retainers of both Hall and Rectory were habited in sable; added to these, the undertaker's men, at least a score, with crapes and hatbands, and who made goodly show when the great burying show took place--but these are mute personages in our drama; and having nothing to do or say, need occupy a very little space here.
Sam dutifully adjusted the hat with the long hatband more firmly on his father's head, and the old gentleman, resuming his kicking with greater agility than before, tumbled with Mr.
Australia-based SmartCap Tech recently introduced the LifeBand, a follow-up product to its SmartCap, which uses sensors in the hatband of a purpose-built cap to conduct EEG (electroencephalography) monitoring of fatigue levels in the wearer.
IN delving into some of the vagaries of the English language I wondered who Arthur was in the phrase: As awkward as Arthur's hatband.
Distinctive in his white stetson with its silver hatband and his hand-tooled boots, the Wild West hero's tour was a smash hit, selling out every night at the Hippodrome.
Under the tutelage of Gary Rosenthal, a legend in the hat industry, Cornejo quickly turned out some mean designs like "La Guadalupana," a Western hat with the emblem of the Virgin of Guadalupe in the hatband.
It is replete with a classic two-inch brim, upscale hatband with bow tie side closure, and an interior sweatband with satin-trim accenting.
I might even have threatened legal action, but as it turned out, I could not speak at all, too startled by the silver conchas on the stranger's hatband, by his open-necked white shirt, his thin mustache.
Top things off with a fresh raffia sun hat by the Wallaroo Hat Company with built-in wire-edged brim for shaping and colored braided leather with wooden beads around the hatband for a little Southern flair.
Dude promptly removes the hatband lest its negotiability tempt him to drink.
It had two 3-inch stacked barrels, a rounded bird's-head grip, a low-profile hammer spur and a nonsnag spur trigger, features that made it easy to draw from a waistcoat, jacket or trouser pocket, hatband, purse, stocking-top, waistband or boot.
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87) Commentators remarked disapprovingly on the fact that the highwayman Jack Rann "wore a Hatband and white Ribbands, the latter said to be intended as a declaration of his Innocence" to his 1774 execution, although Rann was reported to "have said in prison, that he would not wish to be thought to die in an impudent manner; nor would he have gone in his hat adorned with a crape hatband and white cockades, if he had not been told it was decent.
With four nephews to contend with, my poor mother ended up sleeping on the living room lounge for five years while making ends meet as a manager in her brother-in-law Philip's Lower East Side hatband factory.
Charles Dickens mandated in his Will that mourners "who attend my funeral wear no scarf, cloak, black bow, long hatband, or other such revolting absurdity".