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Band Noun Synonyms
group, ensemble, combination, orchestra, combo
A jazz band plays at the Civic Centre every Tuesday evening.

company, troop, platoon, corps, group, body, gang, horde, party, pack, bunch
They were set upon by a band of robbers in the forest.

strip, ribbon, belt, bandeau, fillet, tie, stripe, line, border
He wears a cloth band round his head to keep the sweat out of his eyes. There is a decorative band at the top of each page.

Band Verb Synonyms
line, stripe, border
The column is banded at intervals with bas-reliefs depicting scenes from the emperor's life.

tie, keep, bind
Only those papers that are banded together should be sent off.

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L-Band

Technology / Television (TV) / L-Band: An L-Band is the frequency range from 0.5 to 1.5 ghz. All satellite TV systems use this frequency (950 to 1450 mhz) to carry the satellite signal from the dish to the receiver. MORE

K-Band

Technology / Radar / K-Band: Police traffic radar has been assigned specific frequencies by federal communication commission (fcc). These frequencies are designated by the letters -s, x, k and ka and are referred to as bands. Old MORE

Jazz Band

Entertainment / Music / Jazz Band: Instrumental ensemble made up of reeds (saxophones and clarinets), brass (trumpets and trombones), and rhythm sections (percussion, piano, double bass and sometimes guitar). MORE

Ku-Band

Technology / Television (TV) / Ku-Band: Signal frequency range between 11 and 14 ghz: it is often used by communications satellites. MORE

Jalandhara Bandha

Health / Yoga / Jalandhara Bandha : Throat lock' to restrict the flow of bereath through the throat - done by resting the chin on the upper sternum (chest). MORE

Maha Bandha

Health / Yoga / Maha Bandha : The great lock - combines the three locks in yoga - the moola bandha, jalandhara bandha and uddiyana bandha - together with breath retention. MORE