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  • 41 Band-Aid — band aid and aid , Band Aid Band Aid (b[a^]nd [=a]d ) n. [from a Trademark.] An adhesive bandage, composed of a short ribbon of cloth or plastic with an adhesive coating on one side, and having a patch of gauze at the center. It is used to cove …

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  • 43 Band of Gold — can refer to:* Band of Gold (1955 song), a 1955 song popularized by Don Cherry * Band of Gold (Freda Payne song), a 1970 song popularized by Freda Payne * Band of Gold (TV series), a programme on British television * That Little Band of Gold , a… …

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  • 44 Band bending — refers to the local change in energy of electrons at a semiconductor junction due to space charge effects. Because the common way to visualize the electron energy states and Fermi level in a material is to draw bands on an Energy vs. distance… …

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  • 45 Band Beach — bezeichnete einen französischen Küstenabschnitt in der Normandie, an dem während der Landung der Alliierten im Zweiten Weltkrieg, der Operation Overlord, alliierte Truppen landen sollten. Band Beach lag östlich des Strandabschnittes Sword und war …

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  • 46 Band Aid — may refer to:* Band Aid (band), a musical ensemble raising money for famine relief * Band Aid, a brand of adhesive bandage * A generic name for an adhesive bandage in America …

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  • 47 Band rejection — is a phenomenon in waveform signals, where a certain frequency or range of frequencies are lost or removed from a source signal.The term band rejection , when used in electronic signal processing, refers to the deliberate removal of a known… …

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  • 48 Band Waggon — was a comedy radio show broadcast by the BBC from 1938 to 1940. The first season featured Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch. In the second season, Askey and Murdoch were joined by Syd Walker, and the third season added Diana Clare for two episodes …

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  • 49 Band de Soleil — Band de Soleil, an American blues rock band, consisted of Michelle Malone on guitar and vocals, Mike Snowden on bass guitar, and Danny Bigay on drums. They released one album on Daemon Records.Discography* Redemption Dream (1994)External links*… …

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  • 50 Band-tailed — may refer to:* Band tailed Barbthroat, medium sized hummingbird which is a resident breeder from southeastern Guatemala to western Ecuador * Band tailed Pigeon, medium sized bird of the Americas …

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  • 51 Band offset — describes the relative alignment of the energy bands at a semiconductor heterojunction.ReferencesFranciosi A.; Van de Walle C.G: Heterojunction band offset engineering , Surface Science Reports, Volume 25, Number 1, October 1996 , pp. 5… …

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  • 52 Band, Mureş — Band or Mezőbánd (Romanian: Band ; Hungarian: Mezőbánd ) is a commune in Mureş County, Romania comprising of 13villages: *Band/Mezőbánd *Drăculea Bandului/Drekulyatelep *Fânaţe/Szénafű *Fânaţele Mădăraşului/Szénáságy *Iştan Tău/Istentó… …

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  • 53 Band of Horses — liv …

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  • 54 Band fish — (Zo[ o]l.) A small red fish of the genus {Cepola}; the ribbon fish. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 55 Band of Gold (1955 song) — Band of Gold is a popular song with music by Jack Taylor and lyrics by Bob Musel. It was published in 1955.The biggest hit version was recorded by Don Cherry in 1955. This version reached the Top 5 in the United States. Another recording was done …

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  • 56 Band-tailed Nighthawk — Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification …

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  • 57 Band-tailed Earthcreeper — Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification …

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  • 58 Band-tailed Antwren — Illustration (above) (lower bird Myrmotherula hauxwelli) Conservation status …

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  • 59 Band-tailed Oropendola — Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1) Scientific classification …

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  • 60 Band of Bloggers — Band of Bloggers: War through a Soldier s Eyes is a American television program and website from The History Channel. An emergent band of military bloggers use the internet, DV (Digital Video) cameras, and cell phones to post their stories of the …

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