- 01. Neil plays drums in a little [band] he's started with a few friends.02. We gave our daughters tickets to see her favorite [band] in concert for her birthday present.03. The Beatles are probably the most popular [band] that has ever been.04. He wrapped a [band] of cloth around his forehead to keep the sweat out of his eyes.05. A [band] of rebels attacked the village and killed over forty people.06. In 1970, Beatle Paul McCartney decided to leave the [band] and begin a solo career.07. Eric Clapton has played lead guitar for a number of different [bands] over the years.08. He didn't remove his wedding [band] until about five years after his wife's death.09. After spending a week on the beach in Mexico, Oscar was pretty tanned, except for a [band] of white skin around his wrist from his watch.10. Marly and his buddies [banded] together to buy some junk food and rent video games for their sleep-over.11. The biologists were capturing eagles and [banding] them for future identification.12. The birds have [bands] around their legs that can be tracked by an electronic monitoring system which will allow scientists to follow their migration down the coast.13. We asked the [band] to play some more lively music so that we could dance.14. Thomas Beecham once joked that brass [bands] are all very well in their place; outdoors and several miles away.15. An artist from a local native [band] has done a beautiful painting for the new community center.16. Leon Big Canoe has been elected chief of the [band] for a second term.17. Musician Bob Geldorf once remarked that most people get into [bands] for three very simple rock and roll reasons: to get laid, to get fame, and to get rich.18. I was going to ask out this beautiful girl at the party until I noticed the gold [band] around her finger.19. The workers have [banded] together to form a union.20. A small [band] of protesters were at the convention center to greet the President when he came out.21. In Mexico, young men sometimes hire a mariachi [band] to play music in front of the house of the girl they love.22. There were some excellent school [bands] from the U.S. playing in this year's Victoria Day parade.23. The [band] began to play, and the newly married couple came out on the floor for the first dance.24. The [band] continued to play as the Titanic sank beneath the waves.25. The [band] is in the studio recording a new album for Christmas.26. The crowd was growing restless in anticipation of the [band] coming on stage.27. The [band] is made up of the former members of three different punk rock groups.28. Teresa is a dedicated fan of the [band], and owns every CD they've ever recorded.29. Guitarist Sid Vicious of the British punk [band] The Sex Pistols died of a heroin overdose in 1979 at age 22.30. The steel [band] music of Trinidad and Tobago is an infectious musical rhythm with a strong beat, and notes similar to American jazz.31. A rainbow is a large [band] of parallel stripes which displays the full spectrum of colors.32. Many native [bands] in our country have never signed treaties giving ownership of their land to the federal government.33. A Yiddish proverb suggests that the girl who can't dance says the [band] can't play.
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Band — (von althochdeutsch band, gebildet zu binden) hat männliches oder sächliches grammatisches Geschlecht. Das Band (Mehrzahl Bänder) steht für eine flach gewobene Textilie, siehe Band (Textil) in der Medizin für einen Bindegewebsstrang, der… … Deutsch Wikipedia
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Band — may refer to a specific group: * Band (music), a company of musicians * School band, a group of student musicians who rehearse and perform instrumental music together * Band (radio), a range of frequencies or wavelengths used in radio… … Wikipedia
Band — (b[a^]nd), n. [OE. band, bond, Icel. band; akin to G., Sw., & D. band, OHG. bant, Goth. bandi, Skr. bandha a binding, bandh to bind, for bhanda, bhandh, also to E. bend, bind. In sense 7, at least, it is fr. F. bande, from OHG. bant. [root]90.… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Band I — is the name of a radio frequency range within the very high frequency part of the electromagnetic spectrum.Band I ranges from 47 to 88 MHz, and it is primarily used for radio and television broadcasting.Channel spacings vary from country to… … Wikipedia
band — band1 [band] n. [ME < ON band (akin to OE bend); also (in meaning “thin strip”) < Fr bande, flat strip < OFr bende < ML benda < Goth binda < bindan,BIND] 1. something that binds, ties together, restrains, etc. 2. a) a strip or… … English World dictionary
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Band — (Spinning) The thin twisted cotton rope used to drive spindles of the spinning, doubling and winding machine. BAND The collar which in the 17th century supplanted the ruff. It was first a stiff stand up collar of cambric lawn or linen, starched,… … Dictionary of the English textile terms
Band II — is the name of a radio frequency range within the very high frequency part of the electromagnetic spectrum.Band II ranges from 87.5 to 108.0 MHz, and it is primarily used worldwide for frequency modulation radio broadcasting.ee also*Band I *Band… … Wikipedia
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