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black bands

The British Medical Journal’s term for the “black tape” placed across the eyes in photographs of a patient with a particular finding of medical interest so as to conceal their identity.
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He was dressed in the deepest mourning, and on his bowler was a broad black band.
Her grey hair is turned neatly back under a pure linen cap with a black band round it; her broad chest is covered with a buff neckerchief, and below this you see a sort of short bedgown made of blue-checkered linen, tied round the waist and descending to the hips, from whence there is a considerable length of linsey- woolsey petticoat.
We will be teaching students while wearing black bands on September 1.
Participants of the protest rallies wear black bands around their arms as a sign of hatred against India.
Participants of the protest rallies will wear black bands around their arms as a sign of hatred against India, according to the organizers of the special black day programs.
The ESED officers in Lakki Marwat district fastened black bands round their arms but they continued carrying out their professional obligations.
With the loom arrows facing away from you, lay five black bands on the lefthand row.
Black Onassis follow great black bands like Black Sabbath, Black Flag, Black Grape and The Black Crowes.
Carrying placards and wearing black bands, the protestors raised slogans against Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and burnt her effigy.
They have called on the nationals to decorate their houses and stores with black bands, in homage to souls of the martyrs who had fallen since flare-up of the revolution against the former regime.
Officers of both forces donned black bands in tribute to the talented GAA star who was killed in the flooding last week.
Mumbai Over 30,000 employees, including pilots of Air India, have started wearing black bands around their right arm to tell the government and management that they have not been paid their salaries.