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blackband

(ˈblækˌbænd)
n
a type of iron carbonate
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John Blackband, chairman of the English Schools Table Tennis Association, was invited to the school following last season's success where both girls and boys teams qualified for the competition finals and for winning a Press competition.
Laura Blackband, prosecuting, told the second trial: ""e Crown's case is that Ms Kaur, acting out of spite or revenge, took a capsule or a number of capsules of mercury, and tipped it into a mug and handed the cup of coee to Ms Knowles to drink.
Prosecutor Laura Blackband told London's Blackfriars crown court that the nurse "had acted out of spite or revenge".
High quality fluoropolymer-coated lamps are shown to reach the standard required with a simple BlackBand marking at one end (Figure 2).
16) He had his estates surveyed and when an extensive deposit of blackband ironstone and fire clay was discovered he offered it for lease together with a coalfield that he owned.
There is a saying isn't there that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned and that is what this case is about," the Daily Mail quoted Prosecutor Laura Blackband as saying.
Barker PB, Soher BJ, Blackband SJ, Chatham JC, Mathews VP, Bryan RN.
As a result, small-animal MRI has seen rapid growth in neuroscience research over recent years (for reviews, see Benveniste and Blackband 2002; Van der Linden et al.
During Hunt's time at the schools he studied alongside contemporaries including William T Blackband, Kate Eadie, Dorrie Nossiter, and the brothers Bernard and Lewis Instone, who also became highly regarded.