armband

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worn around arm as identification or to indicate mourning

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a band worn around the upper arm

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FRUSTRATION: Rooney threw down his black arm band after he was substituted in last night's match
DISCARDED: Wayne Rooney leaves the black arm band behind as he walks off the pitch
She and guitarist Martin Hoyland travelled over to Australia to spend a month with members of The Black Arm Band, a collective of indigenous singers and musicians.
In July 2009, The Black Arm Band appeared at WOMAD in Wiltshire.
BRAZIL GO NUTS: Lucas was an unused sub for Brazil who celebrated in style after beating Argentina on home soil in Rosario ARGIES BARGED: Skipper Javier Mascherano's black arm band seems fitting as the thin blue line files away defeated
Flower is a true man of substance, who boldly wore a black arm band to mourn the death of democracy in Zimbabwe during the 2003 World Cup and who reached No.
THE mighty Istabraq was the highlight of a magnificent week at Punchestown, but I'm wearing a black arm band this weekend.
You could fax a message to the Vatican, wear a black arm band or engage in prayer and fasting.
Call 0845 267 2012 3 Mother Tongue This new British Council-supported project sees Australian indigenous arts collective Black Arm Band collaborating with alternative Welsh folk roots group, 9Bach.
ARGIES BARGED: Skipper Javier Mascherano's black arm band seems fitting as the thin blue line files away defeated BRAZIL GO NUTS: Lucas was an unused sub for Brazil who celebrated in style after beating Argentina on home soil in Rosario
Similarly the atmospheric torch songs of Bethesda's 9 Bach - in which age-old Welsh folk is given a modern sonic overhaul - feel a world away from the politically charged indigenous sounds of Aboriginal musicians The Black Arm Band.
I PLAYED with a black arm band today in my veterans' football league and I was not alone.
Residencies include a project between the internationally acclaimed Black Arm Band and Koroit and District Primary School which will use music and storytelling to explore the cultures of the local Aboriginal and Irish communities; and a collaboration between Ascot Vale West Primary School and Kids Own Publishing to enable students to write and share their own personal stories.
I SUGGEST that all the Sky Blues fans making the trip to Crawley for the final game of the season, should wear a black arm band and that after another loss, observe two minutes of silence on the death of Coventry City Football Club.