flat band

flat band

A flat, undecorated impost.
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Theraband, a go-to brand for physical therapists, has redesigned the flat band adding loops to traditional therapy bands.
Many of these initiatives focus on plantar fasciitis, a condition that develops when excessive pressure is placed on the plantar fascia, the flat band of tissue connecting the heel bone to the toes.
He said the flat band of the Crown represents the World Heritage Site, the Pontcysyllte aqueduct, and this band is an integral part of the Crown.
Anderson did not return to action Thursday as the team expected, marking the 16th consecutive day he has been out of action with plantar fasciitis, an inflammation of the flat band of tissue that runs along the bottom of his left foot.
Conveyor Systems Ltd (CSL) are utilising the Total show to launch a new versatile, energy efficient flexible flat band modular conveyor.
His wedding ring is a large, flat band which was scuffed.
Support came from former Wildflowers mainman Neal Cook, whose Salt Flat band served up gravelly guitar songs like Fair Warning, with musical nods to Steve Earle and Wilco.
A flat band left on each dowel prevents rolling while cutting or nailing.
1dB flat band of 60 MHz ensures that HDTV quality video is not degraded.
He said the flat band of the Crown represents the Froncysyllte aqueduct and says the festival is an opportunity to build bridges between different organisations, Welsh speakers, learners and others.