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armband

A durable plasticised identification band placed around a patient’s wrist at the time of admission to a hospital, which contains basic information about the patient (name, hospital identification number, room number, caring physician, etc.).
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The Emirates Team New Zealand crew raced yesterday wearing black arm bands and with their ensign at half mast in a somber reminder of the Pike River coal mine explosion in New Zealand that claimed 29 lives.
Verizon Wireless customers can purchase a range of accessories to fit their lifestyles, including the Jawbone Bluetooth(R) Headset, Bluetooth stereo dog tags, portable Bluetooth stereo speakers, arm bands, and an array of stylish coverings that will enhance the music capabilities and fashion sense of their new phones.
But he has not said sorry for ripping off the black arm band he was wearing in remembrance of Emlyn Hughes.
They wore identical red arm bands with a symbol of sun rays.
About 75pc of the people we have approached have taken black arm bands.
I picked up the arm bands and ran after him but by the time I got down to the edge he was in the sea and about 20 yards away,' Mr Ingram said.
I don't wear arm bands or a green visor or crunch numbers in my sleep.
The CJP guards all have uniforms; to increase their visibility, they wear yellow hats, belts, and arm bands.
About 60 employees at the hotel, located in the affluent southern district of Lance Epines, began wearing red arm bands at the request of their bargaining agent, the Technical and Allied Workers Union (TAWU).
The article "was accompanied by a photo of a group of Nazis, wearing swastika arm bands, underneath a banner with the Presidential seal," notes Americans United for Separation of Church and State, based in Washington, D.
Many drivers and team members wore black arm bands or ribbons.
Create a team name and yell as a first station activity, and don like-colored crepe paper arm bands, bandanas, or face paint.