Having bands or stripes of contrasting color or texture.(adjective)
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Use "banded" in a sentence
"That wonderful TLA ERP, we have heard this term banded about now for last 2 decades, but what does it really mean and in particular how does it helps in today's changing world."
"Voters: "OMG do you want your stadium money in banded and manicured stacks of $100 bills, or just in a dump truck?!""
"The mountainclimbers of Britain banded themselves after the war and purchased that little bit of tumbled country in which they learned their early rockclimbing - that band from which went forth those splendid men who essayed to bring under conquest the greatest of earth's peaks, Mount Everest."