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A strip of fabric which is used for bands. hydIn a glacier, a structure of alternate ice layers of different textures and appearance.
The series of layers occurring in a banded structure.
In sedimentary rocks, the thin bedding of alternate layers of different materials.
(science and technology)
A pattern of bands.
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1. Wood edging for veneered doors or panels; normally used at the edge of plywood or coreboard constructions.
2. One or more decorative wood strips; decorative inlay.
3. Metal, plastic, or fiber straps to tie bundles together.
4. The strapping of the top of a timber pile to prevent its splitting while being driven.
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bandingUnwanted lines (bands) in digital images. There are several causes, including the failure of algorithms to convert images correctly, the flickering of flurorescent lights when photos are taken and poor video conversion by the TV or disc player in real time. When taking photos of a TV or monitor, banding occurs when the frame rates of the screen and camera differ. See antibanding.
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