"You haven't made the head-bands big enough, Pauline," said Dolly, as she tried an unfinished cap on her own curly head.
The specie has been sold, and manufactured into head-bands, breast-plates, or gorgets and bracelets.
Into the ship they set a great treasure-chest filled with beautiful clothes and bracelets and head-bands.
In the Thompson River area the face and body were painted with several shades of red, head-bands being painted across the brows.
Her eyes shone underneath; an odour of patchouli escaped from her head-bands.
The zigzag is a common form of decoration of the head-bands among the Sioux.
And she gave a final touch to her head-bands, and left directions for Delphine.
If one has gone to the trouble of brightening the edges, one may desire to complete the restoration by renewing the head-bands.
As she was passing in front of the mirrors, Rosanette stopped for a moment to smooth her head-bands.
Porcupine quills were also used in embroidery and head-bands.
(Heb. kishshurim), properly girdles or belts for the waist (Isa. 3:20, R.V., "sashes;" Jer. 2:32, rendered "attire", i.e., a girdle round the waist).