Spinach vs Rubberbands - What's the difference?
As a noun spinach
is a particular edible plant, spinacia oleracea
, or its leaves.
As a verb rubberbands is
A particular edible plant, Spinacia oleracea , or its leaves.
Any of numerous plants, or their leaves, which are used for greens in the same way Spinacia oleraceae is.
# Chinese spinach, )
# Malabar spinach (
# New Zealand spinach ()
# water spinach ()
# (label) (various nightshade, legume, and Cucurbitaceae species)
# (Beta vulgaris : chard)
# Lincolnshire spinach (: Good King Henry)
# mountain spinach Atriplex spp.
* 1998 , Natural Hair Care and Braiding (ISBN 1562533169), page 114:
* 1999 , Jennifer Overend Prior, ?Janet A. Hale, Bats (ISBN 1576903761), page 39:
- Once the hair is sewn onto the foundation, use the proper styling aids to blend all natural hair that is not in rubberbands into the commercial hair, if necessary.
* 2008 , Susan E. Harris, Grooming To Win (ISBN 0470285125), page 203:
- Provide each child, or pair of children, with a shoebox (shoebox lid is not needed) and different sizes and thicknesses of rubberbands'. The children are to stretch several different sizes of ' rubberbands around the entire shoebox's girth.
- Braiding with rubberbands is quicker than sewing in yarn or thread but it is not acceptable for high-level competition, and it will break off hairs and damage the mane.
* 2001 , Braiding: Easy Styles for Everyone (ISBN 0766837645), page 71:
* 2013 , Phil Rickman, The Fabric of Sin (ISBN 1623652839):
- Rubberband them together.
* 2014 , Steve Hullfish, Avid Uncut (ISBN 1134070632):
- Long red-gray hair in a rubberbanded ponytail,
- Editors are very set in their ways of whether they prefer doing level changes within a clip by rubberbanding or by breaking the clip into pieces and adjusting the levels of each piece.