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blackband

[′blak‚band]
(geology)
An earthy carbonate of iron that is present with coal beds.
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John Blackband, chairman of |the English Schools Table Tennis Association, hands over PS100 worth of table tennis equipment to school team captain Megan at Pearl Hyde Primary School
Brian Blackband died after he tumbled to the ground while trying to unload supplies.
But the nature of the industry changed when it was discovered that the Monklands area contained a rich vein of iron mixed with coal, known as Mushet's Blackband.
Prosecutor Laura Blackband told jurors: "Mrs Cook had no food, no water, no heating, no light and no toilet and no mobile phone.
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Heaviest fish this week was an 8lb 10oz rainbow to Hampton Magna, Warwick bank angler John Blackband to a Diawl Bach at Toft Bay.
Her coach John Blackband said: "I'd been asking her to play disability table tennis and she suddenly said to me after the last Paralympics 'can you get me some information about this?
John Blackband, who is team manager for all the England table tennis teams at the UK School Games, also believes it will be a great experience for the young competitors.
We even got the chance to join in the 80th birthday celebrations in Fox Hollies for Elsie Carter (a former Lady Mayoress) and the 100th birthday celebration in Acocks Green for a wonderful lady, Alice Blackband.
I remember being taught real writing by Miss Blackband, who made us practise our circles and loops over and over again so that we would all have beautiful handwriting.