|NOUN1 || a band | bands |
|NOUN2 || an A-band | A-bands |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Blue Sky" with Ed Sheeran, who introduced them as "A man and a band who I love".
- The club became known by the nickname "the Same Old Essendon", from the title and hook of the principal song performed by a band of supporters which regularly occupied a section of the grandstand at the club's games.
- In the 1995 film "Waterworld", "Exxon Valdez" is the flagship of the movie's villain, "The Deacon," the leader of a band of scavenging raiders.
- During a Clannad tour in 1982, Nicky called for a band meeting to address internal issues that had arisen.
- During college, Barry was in a band called the Federal Duck.
- The boiling points of components in an azeotrope overlap to form a band.
- Matters were stirred up even further when the three bandmates invited Jello Biafra to "bury the hatchet" in the form of a band reunion.
- They may be inscribed with a person's details, beliefs or tastes, a favorite quote, or may bear the name or logo of a band or performer.
- This allows several users to share a band of frequencies (see bandwidth).
- The electronic structure of a crystal is in general described by a band structure, which defines the energies of electron orbitals for each point in the Brillouin zone.
- In 1983, Charles was invited to record a session on the John Peel BBC Radio show, performing his poems backed by a band.
- Around the historical city centre lies a band of congenial residential boroughs (Vesterbro, Inner Nørrebro, Inner Østerbro) dating mainly from late 19th century.
- In 1991, while Jones formed Big Audio Dynamite II, the rest of the original line-up briefly formed a band called Screaming Target.
- As an analogue of iodine it may have an orthorhombic crystalline structure composed of diatomic astatine molecules, and be a semiconductor (with a band gap of 0.7 eV).
- These early Middle-Eastern and Egyptian depictions showed contests where fighters were either bare-fisted or had a band supporting the wrist.
- Aztlan Underground is a band from Los Angeles, California that combines Hip-Hop, Punk Rock, Jazz, and electronic music with Chicano and Native American themes, and indigenous instrumentation.
- Epsilon Ursae Majoris's rotational and magnetic poles are at almost 90 degrees to one another. Darker (denser) regions of chromium form a band at right angles to the equator.
- Articolo 31 is a band from Milan, Italy, formed in 1990 by J-Ax and DJ Jad, combining hip hop, funk, pop and traditional Italian musical forms.
- The tip is surrounded by a band of microtubules, called the polar ring, and among the Conoidasida is also a funnel of tubulin proteins called the conoid.
- He won the approval of the populace by his valour in leading an attack on the Latins at "Trypetos Lithos"; in this clash his mount stumbled and he would have been killed or captured had a band of youthful archers from the city not defended him.
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