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Archaeologists think that the Galloway hoard dates to the early 10th century, based on the style of the silver armbands and other objects in the trove.
Players must wear matching shoes, socks, armbands and undershirts, more similar to Hall's time in the NFL than the broader freedom Andersen gave for gameday attire.
This all culminated that last night, when his new friends at Mamba Point Hotel presented him with a gorgeous wooden locket and armband with his name engraved.
Last weekend, a man boarded a bus in Seattle brandishing a Nazi armband.
First, in case you are unplugged from the fever swamps of the internet: There really was a Nazi — or at least a guy wearing a swastika armband — wandering around Seattle on Monday before he was knocked out cold with a haymaker punch.
The Yankees will wear black armbands on their jerseys for the rest of this season.
The topics discussed in the event description include the methods to earn the captain armband as a newbie in the team, how to act like a leader and to use mainstream media to become more popular during the transfer window.
In decades past, civil servants wearing yellow armbands whistled people off the streets and teachers ordered school children to crouch under their desks for exercises that lasted 30 minutes.
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