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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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Making sure the rubber bands are not twisted, press both lids onto the can.
apart, when you finish, there should be three rubber bands stretching across the cup's opening.
2 Loop together two size-33 rubber bands (see illustrations, above).
Keeping your arm outstretched, pull down on the rubber band and quickly let go
You can buy these commercial beads in most tackle shops that cater to livebait anglers, or you can make your own hook protectors, either out of rubber bands or any hard plastic container like a milk jug or yogurt cup.
Caroline Pardo represented the landlord on the Rubber Band International transaction, which leased 1,072 s/f for a one-year term at 55 Washington Street.
I must ask this question; is a discarded rubber band classed as litter?
The company, which sells small rubber band balls in its stores and uses a ball-headed character named Max in its advertising, has signed an agreement with Milton that amounts to a one-year lease.
Place collard greens flat against outside of vase and secure with a rubber band or two.
A TOT born with a back-to-front heart owes her life to a simple rubber band.
During certain parts of the running stride, these muscles will absorb some of the energy of the body's movement, like a rubber band stretching.