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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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Tributes were paid by former clubs and teammates and United players wore black armbands during their match at St James' Park, where his image was shown on a screen.
CYCLISTS across Britain will wear black armbands this weekend in memory of the four North Wales riders tragically killed on an icy road.
He obviously could not be there at Anfield and the black armband spoke volumes for the 96 poor souls who died.
And the website's monitor Simoni wrote: "The word is spreading through the cycling world that as a mark of respect to the riders and to their families left behind, all cyclists that take to the roads on Sunday, January 15, either in group club runs as the Rhyl CC did, or on their own, as so many do every weekend, that people could wear a black armband of sorts.
Rangers and Liverpool players wore black armbands in support of the centre-half at the weekend, and afterwards Reds boss Brendan Rodgers spoke on behalf of his club to send his thoughts to the family.
But after FIFA reached a compromise with England, the SFA will mirror their gesture by wearing black armbands embroidered with the poppy.
TIM CAHILL pointed to the black armband he was wearing as a sign of respect to those who have been affected by the bush fires that have ravaged his native Australia the past week.
Flower had dominated proceedings before the game with speculation rife that he would be dropped following his black armband protest against the political regime in his country earlier in the tournament.
Richard Johnson with black armband at Chepstow yesterday
RANGERS ace Madjid Bougherra plans to wear a black armband at today's game in protest at the bloodshed in Gaza.
IRELAND'S black armband tribute to the vicitms of the Loughinisland massacre was a "fitting" way to remember the dead, a barman who survived the attack said last night.
The jockey had donned a black armband and saluted Yeates with a wave of the whip as he passed the line.