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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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The classic 70s punk/ w wave band make a return to Teesside r a sell out show at the Georgian in 1.
There are even changes in brain wave activity towards what's called the "gamma wave band frequency," which also amp up memory and recall.
In 1976, he teamed with Jack Lee and Paul Collins to form the New Wave band the Nerves.
The Ohio-based Devo introduced themselves to the world in 1977 by making a frenetic version of the Rolling Stones' ''Satisfaction.'' The new wave band released its Brian Eno-produced debut, ''Q: Are We Not Men?
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bob Casale, the guitarist and original member of the US New Wave band Devo best known for the 1980 hit ''Whip It,'' died on Monday from heart failure at the age of 61, his brother and bandmate said.
Not Yet (NS.NY) is an Oakland-based garage wave band that lays down songs soaked in energy, nostalgia and booze.
In the Acu group, the light reflex intensity was slightly reduced at the wave band of 570-590 nm after acupuncture for 10 min, but there was no statistical difference between the light reflect intensities before and after acupuncture in all the wavelengths, P > 0.05 (Figure 5).
It can be seen from above tables that the optimal weighting coefficients determined in the 2nd and 3rd wave bands determined by different [g.sub.1] and [g.sub.2] values are consistent, and [E.sub.hf] and [E.sub.sp] are same on the whole, while the weighting coefficient in the 1st wave band is also very close to it.
The new wave band scored hits in the 1980s with Vienna and Dancing With Tears In My Eyes.
Local bands will perform all night long and on Saturday night the 1980s New Wave band the Spoons will be on stage.
Millimeter waves are a subset of the microwave band, which in turn is part of the larger radio wave band. These waves operate within a frequency range of 30 to 300 GHz.
As an experienced writer on esoterica, a biographer of Jung, Swedenborg, and Rudolph Steiner, and a founding member of seminal New Wave band Blondie, author Gary Lachman is well qualified to describe a life of polymathic interests and abundant self-invention.