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Band

Any range between two limits. For example, government regulation may establish a band of acceptable inflation rates and take steps to ensure they remain within that band.
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I think it's great that in our first year we went out and did this,'' band director Jason Marshall said.
Jared Warren: We never decided to be strictly a bass and drums band.
Custom-designed heating elements include MAX2000 high-temperature and high-watt-density band and strip heaters, which are a combination of inorganic mica insulating materials designed to increase heater life and durability.
Place one end of a size-32 rubber band on top of the stack, close to one edge, as shown in Figure A (right).
We're accused of liking the band because of the way they look and not because of their music.
The basic configuration of the Clean Site dual-band antenna is characterized by the presence of either a low band and high band antenna, or two high band antennas.
Here's a look at the scene backstage, some of the top contenders and the impressive House Band.
What are some benefits to being in a band with your wife?
I would scream and shout and act all crazy if I got tickels to a boy band concert," writes 17-year-old "David," who couldn't get his parents' permission to be out for this story.
The Lounge Lizards were kind of a bebop-revisited-with-guitar band, although their founder, John Lurie, made a mistake early on in calling the band "fake jazz," which was enough to fool a lot of the jazz community into thinking they were goofing on jazz.
In most cases, the outermost band is formed first, and the one closest to the center is formed last.
The HCPA modeled its antidrug band after the Columbus, Ohio, Police Department's antidrug band, "Hot Pursuit.