bandoline


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bandoline

(ˈbændəˌliːn)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) a glutinous hair dressing, used (esp formerly) to keep the hair in place
[C19: bando-, from French bandeau + -line, from Latin linere to smear]
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Tua et Abdul, munis de leurs instruments (guitare, bandoline et flutes en carex), nous accompagnent.
I know it's more becoming to let it curl as it wants to than to plaster it down with bandoline like Aunty's" (129-30; original emphasis).
Interestingly, a number of instruments are included in the inventory, showing that booksellers sold all sorts of musical goods in colonial Mexico: 111 violins, six flutes, two oboes, four horns, one German clave horgano, one small organ, two barrel organs, two dulsainas biejas, and a number of string instruments: two octavinos de bandolon, one bajo maqueado, two guitarrones de sedro blanco, four bandolones antiguos, one guitarron de sedro de la [H]abana, and three bandolines biejos.