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From Middle English and , an , from Old English and , ond , end ( “ and ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *andi , *anþi , *undi , *unþi ( “ and, furthermore ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *h₂énti ( “ facing opposite, near, in front of, before ” ) . Cognate with Scots an (

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very offended, flew back to the Bird Woman and, to pay out Mary Poppins, stuck the rose in the ribbon of the Bird Woman's hat. Translations [ edit ] to distribute money; to disburse Finnish: maksaa   (fi) Russian: выпла́чивать   (ru)   impf ( vypláčivat

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Pronunciation [ edit ] Audio (US) ( file ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈɹɪbən/ Rhymes: -ɪbən Noun [ edit ] ribbon ( plural ribbons ) A long, narrow strip of material used for decoration of clothing or the hair or gift wrapping. An inked strip of material against which type is pressed to

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Than miss his dear delight, to wrangle. Tennyson From her lifted hand / Dangled a length of ribbon . 2013 June 7, David Simpson, “ Fantasy of navigation ”, in The Guardian Weekly , volume 188, number 26, page 36: Like most human activities, ballooning has sponsored heroes and

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From Spanish banda . Noun [ edit ] banda ( countable and uncountable , plural bandas ) ( uncountable , music ) A style of Mexican brass band music, emerged in the 19th century. 2007 , January 13, “Seth Kugel”, in The Sounds of Mexico Hit New York Airwaves ‎ [1] : With very

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From Middle English band (also bond ), from Old English beand , bænd , bend ( “ bond, chain, fetter, band, ribbon , ornament, chaplet, crown ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *bandą , *bandiz ( “ band, fetter ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *bʰendʰ- ( “ to tie, bind ” ) . Middle

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kɑˈkeɪd/ Rhymes: -eɪd Noun [ edit ] cockade ( plural cockades ) A rosette or knot of ribbon worn in a hat, especially as an office or party badge. Translations [ edit ] a rosette worn in a hat as an office or party badge Bulgarian: кокарда   f ( kokárda ) Catalan

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From Middle English line , lyne , from Old English līne ( “ line, cable, rope, hawser, series, row, rule, direction ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *līnǭ ( “ line, rope, flaxen cord, thread ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *līną ( “ flax, linen ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *līn

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AIDS ribbon Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search English [ edit ] Noun [ edit ] AIDS ribbon ‎( plural AIDS ribbons ) A red ribbon which signifies support for AIDS awareness and treatment research. Translations [ edit ] red

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Perhaps a calque translation of Middle French cordon bleu ‎ ( “ blue ribbon ” ) worn by knights of the highest order of chivalry or after Blue Riband , a sailing award. Noun [ edit ] blue ribbon ( plural blue ribbons ) The highest honor or prize awarded in some competitions

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