band scheme

band scheme

[′band ‚skēm]
(solid-state physics)
The identification of energy bands of a solid with the levels of independent atoms from which they arise as the atoms are brought together to form the solid, together with the width and spacing of the bands.
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The existing band scheme, according to which values to be paid by travellers are calculated according to the distance between London and the destination country s capital city, has made long distance flying out of the UK significantly more expensive.
He is involved in many charitable activities, including support for the Duke of Edinburgh Outward Band scheme and Emmaus, a charity for the homeless.
Coun Lynette Kelly (Lab, Henley), Coventry City Council's cabinet member for education, said: "The class band scheme is a fantastic way to give more children the opportunity to learn to play an instrument and being part of a band makes it all the more exciting for them.
He was given a lifetime ban from the pubs in the BAND scheme in February 2007 but ignored it.
In 1984, local band Scheme -from the city's Easterhouse area - made Apollo history by becoming the first and only unsigned act to sell it out.
For more information about the broad band scheme, or to book a place at either event, ring 08457 77 55 77.
MY collection of tapes of the band Scheme was recently stolen.
Space does not permit a detailed analysis, but note that the only reason for holding stocks under a price band scheme such as this is to decrease imports.
The Class Band scheme, which originated in Germany where it is known as Blas Klasse, allows children to learn a variety of instruments in a band situation from the beginning instead of the usual method of one-to-one tuition or small groups.
The results from extensive facility testing exceeded Pharmatek's expectations for the safe handling of category 4 compounds on a 5 band scheme.
AN INNOVATIVE wrist band scheme will help parents track down their missing children at Barry Island this summer.