band land

band land

[′band ‚land]
(ordnance)
The raised portion of the rotating band of a projectile after engraving has taken place, produced by the rifling groove of the gun tube.
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Say 'right, that's it, we are not going to Lego Loom Band Land tomorrow'.
Intended espeically for young listeners ages 5-11, Tales from the Monstrosity Scrolls is a family-friendly music collaboration between the band Rainbow Beast and the youthful Rock Band Land Rockers.
The two VIPs noted that TRU took roots on the band land, as Cariboo College conducted its first year of classes there.
The services of Michael Mansfield, a barrister with Tooks Chambers, of the UK, offered free of charge, came to the legal forefront when the Alberta Law Society claimed that Mansfield had no standing in the Alberta court system and therefore could not represent the Beaver Lake Cree Nation in the First Nation's fight against permits and licenses that have been issued allowing industrial development on traditional band land.
MYSTIC Martin has the best sources in boy band land and the news I'm hearing is that my old chums Boyzone will be kaput after their next tour.
Perfectly timed for the Olympics, the Squamish nation erected big billboards on band land adjacent to cherished Vancouver bridges, ignoring virtually unanimous citizen anger.
If Onion Lake Energy is successful in its bid to work with the Taiwanese crown corporation, Fox said he did not know if Onion Lake Energy would extract mineral resources from band land alone or if it would be contracted to do work on other First Nations' land.
Part I, Section 3 states that "Spouses are [to be] dealt with equitably on the basis of all their respective circumstances, including rights, entitlements and obligations in respect of Interests in Band Land.
If the house is built on common band land and it was subsidized by the band, it belongs to the band, but residents may have a claim against the band for any improvements made while they were living there.
As a matter of fact, it was development of some other Musqueam Indian Band land that led to one of the seminal cases in Canadian Aboriginal Law.
Not only did the popular five-member folk-pop band land tours with King Crimson and Chris Isaak, the Colonials cut its long-awaited sophomore effort, ``This Can't Be Life'' (DGC), to be released Tuesday.
Daniels, a leader of the Ossitoskakiwak Warrior Society said that, in addition to the housing shortages and other problems that commonly plague First Nations, there was a thermal oil spill from an electrical power plant that has contaminated more than 1,000 cubic metres of band land.