band course

band course

[′band ‚kȯrs]
(analytical chemistry)

belt course

belt course
1. A horizontal band of masonry extending horizontally across the façade of a building and occasionally encircling the entire perimeter; usually projects beyond the face of the building and may be molded or richly carved. Also called a stringcourse or band course; called a sill course if set at windowsill level.
2. A horizontal board across front face or around a building, often having a molding.
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Since we introduced the Brass Band course 10 years ago, the Royal Welsh College Brass Band has grown in strength and ability year on year," said conductor Dr Robert Childs.
Melissa, 27, cast a spell over rocker Mark, lead singer with US band Course Of Nature, when they met in May last year.
Jazz Ensemble, which developed 20 years ago from an advanced jazz band course at Antelope Valley College.
The training band course will run on the same day from 1.