armband


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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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"Whether you have the armband or not, you have a duty to make new players feel at home.
The rest of the citizens, Muslims and Croats, must place white flags on their homes and windows and wear white armbands or will suffer consequences," it was announced on Radio Prijedor on 31 May 1992.
The midfielder said: "First of all he gave me the armband then he told me he wanted me to play striker!
Rather than boast a specific third-choice, such as Sami Hyypia or Pepe Reina when the likes of Jamie Redknapp, Robbie Fowler, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher were unavailable, Klopp instead hands the armband to the longest-serving player on the pitch.
"Having the armband it's not like, 'Oh, I will show that I am a real captain and have to do extra work'.
"A couple of mistakes he has made there, I hope that isn't because he has got the armband on or I'll be taking it off him," joked Johnson.
Summary: A large number of devices were leaking air from the armband, the HAAD said.
All inpatients receive a special armband when registering in the hospital HIS system, which also works with RFID UHF and NFC technology.
A man wearing a swastika armband in Seattle was tracked and eventually knocked out on video Sunday.
Gregg Evans gives his opinion on the captain's armband going to John Terry VILLA couldn't have wished for a better captain to lead their promotion charge.
Having lost his England place - and the Three Lions armband to Harry Kane - 31-year-old Rooney now faces losing the United captaincy as well.