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a rock and roll band
a military band
a band of outlaws
a growing band of enthusiasts
It’s one of the dwindling band of independent car-makers.
The rouble was trading within a band of 4,000 to 4,500 to the pound.
If I get this job, I’ll be moving into a higher tax band.
She wore a band round her hair.
a hat band
The male bird has a brown band across its chest.
We can expect another band of showers in the afternoon.