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„Bands“ - noun plural

The term Bands is the 15.375th most common word in English and appears 4.259 times within reference text. Bands are a form of formal neckwear, worn by some clergy and lawyers, and with some forms of academic dress.º The part of speech is noun plural. There follow quotations of the word in text: "Bands such as Venom, Slayer, ..."¹ "Bands like Talking Heads and ..."² "Bands of "Scythai" began a ..."³ Rotated its written sdnaB. The according MD5 checksum is 0a976d68740640e3a1cb5400db830a5e and the SHA1 hash is 2bc0aa16b98b0465c8e6c100447b9efe60275cb2. The T9 representation 22637 corresponds this word.

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word name: Bands

part of speech: noun plural

other word forms: band

typical left word neighbours: Massed Trained VH1s Marching Bollinger Matthews Geils

typical right word neighbours: Reunited farewell ATSSB TCAB TOB Played Choirs

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The named notions possess a similar prefix:

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