yellow-banded

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj yellow-banded having yellow bands
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Usage

In literature:

Between these two figures is a large yellow vase, banded with blue and red; out of it grows a tall lily, with a crown of three red blossoms.
"English Embroidered Bookbindings" by Cyril James Humphries Davenport
Anon the windows of the great fore-room flung bands of yellow torchlight out upon the lawn, and I knew that Tarleton's court was set again.
"The Master of Appleby" by Francis Lynde
We met two Chasseurs d'Afrique, mounted on superb Arabs and wearing red fez-like caps and yellow collar-bands.
"Leaves from a Field Note-Book" by J. H. Morgan
Its head is always banded with a broad yellow stripe.
"On the Trail" by Lina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard
This band is edged on both sides with a row of stem stitches, worked in yellow over 4 threads.
"Encyclopedia of Needlework" by Thérèse de Dillmont
Some are red; there is a yellow one; there is one spotted and banded; there is another striped in the most curious manner.
"In the Eastern Seas" by W.H.G. Kingston
And while all these preparations were being hurried on, the yellow chariot and the band paraded the town at various periods of the day.
"Wilton School" by Fred E. Weatherly
These were red, blue and white, with red and yellow bands at the bottom of the skirt.
"The Land of the Long Night" by Paul du Chaillu
This was charmingly lined with sky-blue, and set off at the edges with broad bands of glaring yellow.
"Captain Canot" by Brantz Mayer
Through this gap the sun's rays were streaming in, throwing a band of yellow light across one end of the valley.
"The Scalp Hunters" by Mayne Reid
A band of gold held down his long, yellow hair.
"Viking Tales" by Jennie Hall
She wore a gown of a red colour; her yellow hair was braided and bound with a red band.
"Granny's Wonderful Chair" by Frances Browne
In the original the broader yellow bands are much more in tone with the ground, and do not assert themselves so much.
"Art in Needlework" by Lewis F. Day
All hairy too, and his body striped with yellow bands like a wasp's.
"Round the Wonderful World" by G. E. Mitton
And like the first, she also had a yellow hair band, and yellow seams to all her clothes.
"Eskimo Folktales" by Unknown
Almost obscured by bands of thick-leaved kelp the yellow form moved, hands clearing a pathway through the weeds.
"Astounding Stories, February, 1931" by Various
Then this yellow band would be divided.
"Fire Mountain" by Norman Springer
The plumage above is dull olive green, with a broad band of very pale yellow across the rump.
"Zoological Illustrations, Volume II" by William Swainson
A castle, with angular battlements; white, with yellow bands on a blue ground.
"Discoveries among the Ruins of Nineveh and Babylon" by Austen H. Layard
It was tied with yellow ribbon while old Peter Simmons' long envelop had a practical rubber band around it.
"Rebecca's Promise" by Frances R. Sterrett
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In poetry:

And they seemed to heed, for anger
Often maddened all the band,
Fighting for some stones that glittered
Yellow on Ugonde's sand.
"Ugonde's Tale" by John Douglas Sutherland Campbell
Thus on my spirit--music-fraught,
Burst swarms of glimm'ring melodies, And like the yellow-banded bees,
Make honey of my flutt'ring thought.
"Echoes Of Spring" by Mathilde Blind
Into the fatal snare
The White Chief with yellow hair
And his three hundred men
Dashed headlong, sword in hand;
But of that gallant band
Not one returned again.
"The Revenge Of Rain-In-The-Face. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Oh! that again our raptur'd eyes could see
Their ripening crops bloom yellow o'er the land;
Their happy shepherds, like their pasture, free—
No more a factious race, a ruffian band.
"Address To Albion" by Thomas Gent
Should it be of pink, or damasked blue?
Or perhaps lilac with gold shotted through?
Should it be banded with yellow and white
Roses, or sparked like a frosty night?
Or a crimson sheen
Over some sort of green?
"The Book Of Hours Of Sister Clotilde" by Amy Lowell
Oh, the days are growing longer;
So rang the jubilant song of the swallow;
I come a-bringing beauty into the land,
The sky of the West grows warm and yellow,
Oh, gladness comes with my light-winged band,
And the days are growing longer.
"Spring Song Of The Swallow" by Marietta Holley

In news:

In mid-August, shortly after the release of their new album Yellow & Green, the band was in a horrible bus accident while touring in England.
COLUMBIA — In a yellow house across from what will be Muriel Williams Battle High School, Melanie Abernathy watches the construction and waits for the morning she'll hear the band practicing.
Chinese boats banded together with ropes, chased by a coastguard helicopter and rubber boats, after alleged illegal fishing in South Korean waters in the Yellow Sea.
Attendees who supported the current mobile home residents wore yellow bands on their arms.
Serving as Yellow Phone Music Conference 's first outdoor music showcase, Free and open to the public, four unsigned YPMC bands will perform on Friday and Saturday, September 7 and 8 at Catalano Square in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
Most everyone is familiar with the yellow Live Strong bracelets that benefit the Lance Armstrong foundation, but what about the new brand of band in town.
Wear bright red, yellow or orange reflective clothing including vests, headbands, belts, sashes and leg bands, on the chest, arms, waist, legs and ankles.
For instance, Dragon's Eye pine, a variety of Japanese red pine, has two yellow bands decorating each of its.
The 1983 model appeared to have been designed by the band Men Without Hats: radioactive yellow and square with an instrument panel that could have powered the space shuttle.
What you'll need Assorted socks , rubber bands, cotton batting, glove (optional), craft glue, scissors, red cardstock, white craft foam, black and yellow pom-poms.
See a Cool Stop-Motion Music Video by the Yellow Hand Band.
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In science:

Figure 10.2: Ratios of LEP combined W-pair cross-section measurements to the expectations according to YFSWW [136] and RACOONWW [137] The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 0.5% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 5% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
Figure 5.9: Ratios of LEP combined Z-pair cross-section measurements to the expectations according to ZZTO and YFSZZ The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 2% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 5% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The data points are in black for both rapidity bins and the systematic uncertainties are indicated by the yellow band.
Recent results from the Tevatron
The CDF data points and their error bands in yellow are shown in Fig. 9.
Recent results from the Tevatron
The present systematics displayed as the yellow band is of the same order of magnitude as the uncertainty on PDFs.
Recent results from the D0 and CDF experiments at the Tevatron
There is a good agreement between theory and experiment within systematics (displayed as a yellow band), and the PDF uncertainties displayed as a red dashed line show the sensitivity of this measurement on the high x gluon density specially at high rapidities.
Recent results from the D0 and CDF experiments at the Tevatron
Demanding further that the trend of the lattice data is followed, one arrives at the (yellow) band shown in Fig. 7.
Chiral perturbation theory
Figure 5.2: Ratios of LEP combined W-pair cross-section measurements to the expectations according to YFSWW and RACOONWW The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 0.5% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The yellow bands represent constant relative errors of 5% on the two cross-section predictions.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The data are compared with the YFSZZ and ZZTO predictions; Table 5.9 reports the numerical values of RZZ in energy and combined, whereas figure 5.9 show them in comparison to unity, where the ±2% error on the theoretical ZZ cross-section is shown as a yellow band.
A Combination of Preliminary Electroweak Measurements and Constraints on the Standard Model
The yellow bands correspond to average values given in [60, 59] and N f denotes the number of dynamical quarks.
Precision SM calculations and theoretical interests beyond the SM in K_{l2} and K_{l3} decays
The yellow band in the ratio plot correspond to the uncertainty of the data.
LO vs NLO comparisons for Z + jets: MC as a tool for background determination for NP searches at LHC
The error bars correspond to the statistical uncertainties, and the (yellow) band represents the uncorrelated systematic uncertainties.
Heavy flavor physics with CMS
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