Coban


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Coban

Trade name for a self-adherent compression bandage used for protection and edema control. Also called Coban wrap.
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"More importantly we would not be able to rehome abused animals like Coban without the public's help."
Forensic experts ascertained that the Coban victims came from various parts of the country, suggesting that the site might have been an interrogation and detention center.
Details on the current charges against the 18 officers are sketchy, and limited to the mass graves at the Coban base and the case of a Guatemala City teenager who disappeared in 1981.
Also obtained results show that the main problems in using present sport places in city cause the lack of protection, the lack of skillful forces, being in an inappropriate places and the lack of time regulation servicing that these results agree with research results of Mohammad Taghi Rahnamayi and Leila Aghayi (2009), Bilal Coban (2002) and Tarik Kurtoglu (2006).
Sus operativos empezaron a aparecer en Coban, haciendo tratos con guatemaltecos para comprar cargamentos transportados desde Colombia (...) Uno de ellos, Horst Walther Overdick, ha sido un aliado clave desde el principio.
Among the examples featured are the Vespa motor scooter, Spaghetti chair, Coban coffee maker, Laser racing bicycle, and E-light computer lamp.
Shaun Howe, 40, from Spennymoor, County Durham, was enjoying Saturday's sunshine with partner Tracy Bryan and four-year-old nephew Coban, when he saw the woman lying in the River Wear in Chester-le-Street.
Forty-year-old Shaun Howe, from Spennymoor, County Durham, was with his partner Tracy Bryan and four-year-old nephew Coban when he saw the woman in the River Wear in Chester-le-Street.
CAUGHT: Harlan Coban (Orion) (Supplied by Waterstones, Birmingham)
COOL DUDE: Corie Collier with his giant snowman * CRUNCH TIME: A dusting of snow covers the ground in Barbara Sykes' striking picture of Kirkheaton woodland (S) * SNOW PATROL: Car tracks are just visible in this snow scene looking towards Holme Moss, by Will Barraclough SPECIAL BRANCH: David Wright, of Paddock, captured this picture of snow-covered TP Woods in Gledholt * COLDPLAY: Brothers Coban and Corai Flintoff, aged seven and two, with a snowman band in the garden of their Dewsbury home * WELCOME TO NARNIA: An old fashioned lamp-post in Hepworth emits a cheery glow in this picture by Janet Gallagher