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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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City boss Pep Guardiola wears an armband during yesterday's game at the Etihad out of respect for Luis Enrique, left
More than 1,000 parents of the murdered children of Prijedor, citizens and activists of the informal group "Because it concerns me!" (Jer me se tice), today marked the White Armband Day on the main town square in Prijedor, in memory of the persecution and murder of 3,176 citizens, of whom 102 children in the last war.
I replied that visiting clubs provided their own proper armbands and that the club captains had to wear armbands when representing the club on the pitch and this did not in any way detract from their performance.
As well every Premier League term wearing a black armband, the match between Southampton and Cardiff City today will be preceded by a minute's silence in memory of the Argentine.
The Department of Health indicated that during a routine examination of blood pressure readings, a large number of devices were leaking air from the armband, as per Al Bayan report.
The FAW has yet to state what form their acts of remembrance will take at the Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, and they could follow Northern Ireland's lead of wearing plain black armbands, and also mark Armistice weekend in other ways.
The Scottish FA said on Tuesday that FIFA had rejected a request by England and Scotland for their players to wear the armbands in commemoration of the armistice that ended World War One.
Fifa told Wales they would not be able to have it on their shirt, but relented and let it be worn on black armbands after Prince William and Prime Minister David Cameron wrote to express their displeasure.
However, Wales are hoping to replicate what happened in the 4-1 thumping of Norway back in 2011 by at least having the symbol on armbands this time around.
Firstly, while pedometers and armbands instantly measure physical activity, they fail to provide objective information regarding popular sports (cycling, swimming and gym training).