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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 Adidas armbands can fit a 17-inch arm, providing adjustable comfort in ultra-lightweight performance nylon.
Some City players with a limited grasp of English had started to put their armbands on, but others smelt a rat.
The Karrimor Multi Armband is a simple design that does the simple job it's made for; it stays in place, fits the Perfect - and the fact there'space for the fitted water bag is probably all that matters.
RESPECT: Reds players wore black armbands in tribute to Gary Ablett
So I texted the gaffer saying it would be nice to wear black armbands and he agreed.
Less than an hour after the letters were made public, Fifa announced it would allow England's players to wear a poppy on their black armbands during Saturday's friendly match with Spain.
Heaton-Harris said last night: "I was reading the FIFA regulations and it was fairly obvious you could not have a poppy on the shirt - but you could on an armband.
A black armband with a poppy on it will be worn by players in memory of those who have given their lives fighting for their country.
Less than an hour after the letters were made public, Fifa announced that it would allow England's players to wear a poppy on their black armbands during Saturday's friendly match with Spain.
A Football Association (FA) statement said: "The FA can confirm that Fifa has today agreed that the England team will now be permitted to wear a poppy on the black armbands the players will wear during Saturday's match with Spain.
The Ospreys, who have several players Down Under with Wales, wore white armbands on their black strip in yesterday's game against Italian side Benetton Treviso.
Players and management wore armbands that featured the word 'Justice' before and during the third Test defeat against the Lions.