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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. He had even a black border to his handkerchief.
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.
The protesters wearing black bands around their arms were holding banners and placards with slogans 'Stop killings in Kashmir, 'Dear world Kashmir is bleeding', 'Kashmir banay ga Pakistan' - Only people of Kashmir have the right to decide their future'.
Participants of the protest rallies will wear black bands around their arms as a sign of hatred against India.
According to a statement issued by Pakistan Medical Association Quetta Zone, doctors are wearing black bands while performing their duties in province since four days to record their protest for lodging an FIR against two senior doctors.
They were carrying black flags and wearing black bands on arms.
The protesting journalists tied black bands on their shoulders in protest and hoisted black flags on the press clubs.
He said that lawyers should wear black bands on arms as a protest and also hold black flags.
Wearing black bands in solidarity with the accused judges, the Supreme Court Bar Council (SCBA) led the protest.
As Hammad talked about all the positive measures in the budget (the tough ones would come later), opposition began trickling in wearing black bands on their arms.
He said that lawyers would observe complete strike and boycott of courts, hoist black flags and wear black bands round their arms to record their protest against the witch-hunt in judiciary in the name of accountability.
"All Rajasthan in Service Doctors Association (ARISDA) President Dr Ajay Chaudhary has allowed us to work wearing black bands. Doctors are feeling unsafe.