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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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New Wave band Devo best known for the 1980 hit "Whip It," died on February 17, 2014 from heart failure at the age of 61, his brother and bandmate said.
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.
The cult 80s new wave band are on the main stage on Saturday.
which already use a very receptive wave band generally called ''platinum band.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications will formalize the plan after the Radio Regulatory Council, an advisory body to the telecom minister, later Wednesday comes up with a proposal allowing Softbank Mobile to use a 900-megaherz wave band, the sources said.
As the sizes of the antenna-radome system in millimeter wave band are always electrically large, the efficiency of the full wave methods, such as method of moment (MoM) [1] and the finite element method (FEM) [2], are very low, even employing the fast algorithm proposed by [11].
Later, with group Medium Wave Band he won TV talent show New Faces.
When I showed up in New York in 1981, the very year customarily cited as the start of the East Village scene, I came with a crate of October back issues that led me to the Whitney studios, but I also had in tow my Sugar Hill Gang twelve-inch and a well-worn copy of No New York, the protopunk anthology that inspired me to follow Arto Lindsay's No Wave band DNA to no fewer than five venues that first summer.
an industry leader in flexible rubber pipe-to-manhole connectors, joint seals and chimney seals, has introduced the SL Wave Band for use on FlexRib Internalal Manhole Chimney Seal.
Although the experiments used electricity to heat the lattices, researchers believe any source of heat, including exhaust from an engine or boiler, could be funneled through a lattice into a narrow wave band.
Cutler, a member of the quirky new wave band later known as Oingo Boingo (which also launched film composer Danny Elfman), was instantly drawn to La Mancha's mix of disaster and farce.
Electronic equipment working in the same wave band, such as microwave ovens and certain cordless phones, can cause interference and connection loss, but the effects can be minimized by strategic placement, says Grimm.