bellyband


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bel·ly·band

 (bĕl′ē-bănd′)
n.
1. A band passed around the belly of an animal to secure something.
2. An encircling band for holding in a baby's protruding navel.

bellyband

(ˈbɛlɪˌbænd)
n
(Agriculture) a strap around the belly of a draught animal, holding the shafts of a vehicle

bel•ly•band

(ˈbɛl iˌbænd)

n.
1. a band worn around the belly, as of a harnessed horse or of an infant to protect the navel.
2. a protective band around a package.
[1515–25]

Bellyband

A part of horse harness. (See also Belly button band.)
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bellyband - a cloth band that is worn around the waist (as on infants until the navel has healed)
band - a thin flat strip of flexible material that is worn around the body or one of the limbs (especially to decorate the body)
2.Bellyband - a strap around the belly of a draft animal holding the shafts of a wagonbellyband - a strap around the belly of a draft animal holding the shafts of a wagon
fastening, holdfast, fastener, fixing - restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
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The Glock 42 utilizes a slim frame that's just short enough to make it great for concealment in a purse, a bellyband or on a patrolman's vest, yet you don't feel like you're grasping it with only two fingers.
Another handy thing to have along is an elastic bellyband holster; Gould & Goodrich makes a very nice one.
The Frederic Fekkai set-up box, which Arkay produced, features a textured, linen-type embossed outer package, with a gold label, vellum printed material, and a bellyband, "The most interesting part," says Kaneff, "is that from an innovative standpoint, we used a paperboard inner cell to hold the products in place.
The iconic U by Kotex black logo stands out against the saturated colors and is accompanied by a black bellyband that wraps around the package, creating a ribbon, gift-like effect.
And then there's the Bellyband, a wide strip of elastic cloth with a pocket to carry a gun.
This offers two advantages--low erosion of the refractories at the bellyband area and repeatable dosing accuracy as the ceramic ladle seeks a fixed point at the dipwell.
The U by Kotex* black logo stands out against the saturated colors and is accompanied by a black bellyband that wraps around the package, creating a ribbon, gift-like effect.
So is the armed citizen who carries a small pistol or revolver in a purpose-designed gun pouch on a T-shirt, as in Greg Kramer's defining Confidant design, or who wears the gun in a bellyband wrapped high on the body at ribcage level.
Of course, it works in a good bellyband rig as well, and the gun is a natural for the various quality fanny packs.
The corrosion of aluminosilcate refractories at or below the bellyband area in aluminum holding and melting furnaces occurs during the reduction of the oxides (mainly [SiO.
All three were wearing the well-known red silk bellyband.