Noun(1) any long object resembling a thin line(2) an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event(3) a long strip of inked material for making characters on paper with a typewriter(4) notion consisting of a narrow strip of fine material used for trimming
(1) Tracy shook her head; her tiny braid, tied with a pink ribbon , swung back and forth.(2) That creates black borders at top and bottom and a narrow ribbon of picture across the middle of your TV screen.(3) four lengths of ribbon(4) the notes had been typed on an old portable with a faded ribbon(5) As yet, the colour and design of the ribbon has not been decided.(6) The clever idea here is to make the shell of the chair out of a continuous broad ribbon of material that forms seat, back and sides in one fluid movement.(7) Each page through a printer or copier takes another bit of ink off the ribbon , or another copy off of the machine's life expectancy.(8) Drive south from San Francisco, along the black ribbon of Route 1 as it hugs the northern coast of California.(9) The pink ribbon is the generic symbol for breast cancer awareness throughout the world.(10) I tucked in, and with a sideways glance through the bare low hedge, pushed on and on and tried to be optimistic about a ten-degree ribbon of pink sky.(11) Another laugh came after Moore trailed off, holding the book up so the audience could see that the typeface was fading as Stella's typewriter ribbon runs out of ink.(12) Freeways ribbon across picture postcard views, and there are more dulcet Kiwi tones on National Radio than I can translate fast enough.(13) The first tape storage products utilized magnetic particles coated onto a thin ribbon of metal substrate.(14) It was sleeting, and my team spotted a ribbon of smoke in the forest and wheeled off the road to a campfire, around which huddled six Lithuanian cyclists.(15) Or you can simply buy a pink ribbon from your local Cancer Research UK charity shop for a suggested donation of Ôö¼├║1.(16) Her first effort involved a pair of handkerchiefs, a length of pink ribbon and a thread to stitch them together - made simply to free herself from the grip of the corset.
(1) ribbon cable :: cebl rhuban
1. strip ::
2. laurel wreath ::
3. thread ::
4. typewriter ribbon ::
Different Formsribbon, ribbons
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