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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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We're still not entirely sure how it came about, we were approached by The Black Arm Band.
Lahore -- Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday joined a protest demo against the prolonged power outages with black arm band on his arm and chanting slogans against President Asif Ali Zardari.
When I was young, whenever Newcastle lost a match my dad would wear a black arm band and tie.
Nesta Burgess in the United trophy room (top left) and with Sir Matt Busby (centre), and Wayne Rooney wearing a black arm band in her honour on Saturday (right)
To mark the final Longbridge production, Rover is placing newspaper adverts over the next few days which include a cut-out black arm band.
Barbara Helfrich-Briodin of Los Angeles sent Reagan a black arm band with a Nazi swastika and a Jewish Star of David to protest his visit to the German military cemetery in Bitburg.
They were recently involved with the Mamiaith - Mother Tongue project with The Black Arm Band, a group made up of indigenous Australian singers, musicians and songwriters.
According to GEPCO Employees Union Gujranwala Division President Bao Iftikhar Gujar, the protesting GEPCO officials, wearing black arm band, held separate meetings and strongly condemned the federal government.
Two weeks ago Gascoigne marked his Premiership debut by wearing a black arm band out of respect for his dead friend.
The match against a team from Kent was expected to go ahead in memory of Mr Robertson, with players wearing black arm bands and holding a minute's silence as a mark of respect.
Players wore black arm bands and observed a minute's silence before the Afon Lido FC v Rhyl FC match on Saturday.