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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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Stamping around like punk rockers, they sounded more like a new wave band from the early 1980s.
The sentiment was expressed - somewhat energetically - by the New Wave band Missing Persons in the 1980s.
uk A Flock of Seagulls New Wave band formed in Liverpool.
They were a Northern Irish old wave band until singer Jake Burns fell in love with The Clash and began to write songs about Ulster's troubles such as Suspect Device and Alternative Ulster, the latter named after a best-selling Northern Irish fanzine partly put together by this shy, blushing Mirror music critic.
is an innovator of gigabit wireless point-to-point network bridging solutions utilizing the 71-76 GHz millimeter wave band.
Lodder returned later the same evening, as a member of Andy Sheppard's Learning To Wave band.
Aimee started as the lead singer of 1980s new wave band, Til Tuesday, but left to pursue a solo career and released first album, Whatever, in 1993.
He joined the London Sinfonietta for their tribute to Miles Davis and Gil Evans at Symphony Hall, and early last year Paul came to the CBSO Centre with Andy Sheppard's Learning To Wave band.
The New Cars, the restyled, reinvigorated new model of the multi-platinum new wave band The Cars, rolls out of the garage and hits the road with newly inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Blondie for Road Rage Tour 2006.
BOSTON -- In recent research, Strategy Analytics studied the potential for Free Digital AM wave band radio providing enhanced in-vehicle infotainment.
The saxophonist's new Learning To Wave band retains its album line-up, their mission - to remain as calm as possible: quite a task when the venue's packed to capacity with an expectant crowd.
Born in Noth London, Robin grew up near Crawley, home of the British new wave band The Cure.