He removed his headband—called an ogal—and placed it on the table, a symbolic gesture to indicate the importance of the request.
“[M]any a headband was soon stained red,” noted a TIME cover story from 1964.
But the crown itself (or headband or cluster of buds) screams disingenuous.
She refused to engage on personal questions with a press corps that made a federal case of her headband.
By this, the first thread is firmly drawn as a chain stitch into the headband now beginning.
Then, he reached up and fumbled for a moment with the controls at the front of the headband.
His fingers found quickly a card behind the headband and transferred it to his waistcoat pocket.
She closed the door and walked to the desk, removing the headband as she approached.
Covering the headband neatly with the leather to form over it a kind of cap.
Graham pulled off his own headband and extended his hand for the other.