A thin strip of metal which is placed around the back teeth with dental cement and allows brackets to be attached
A metal ring that is cemented to a tooth.
A simple ring of equal width around its circumference.
A paper ring around the head of most cigars. Legend has it that cigar bands were invented by Spanish nobles to keep their gloves from being stained. Cigar bands are often printed with the name of the brand, country of origin, and/or indication that the cigar is hand-rolled. They often have colorful graphics, which have made them a popular collectors item.
A metal ring placed on the teeth to hold parts of the braces.
Identification "bracelet" used on birds. ICF fastens an aluminum band with an identification number just above the hock (ankle) joint on all captive birds.
jewelry consisting of a circlet of precious metal (often set with jewels) worn on the finger; "she had rings on every finger"; "he noted that she wore a wedding band"
attach a ring to the foot of, in order to identify; "ring birds"; "band the geese to observe their migratory patterns"
Ring that is usually the same all around. Bezel Set - Setting style for gems in jewelry where the gem is held in place by a shelf of metal covering most if not all the edge ( bezel)
a partial ring of color that crosses the back and extends onto the sides of a snake
A ring which possesses the same width all the way round. Traditionally used for wedding rings.
the ring of paper, fastened around the body of the cigar, with the name of the cigar brand printed on it.
A ring that is the same width all around the circumference.
A thin piece of metal, usually aluminum, that is formed into a ring that is placed around a bird's leg. The band is inscribed with a unique number that allows banders to collect information about sizes of bird populations, migration, longevity, and site fidelity.
A metal ring that is usually placed on you teeth (molars or/and premolars) to hold on parts of your braces.
a metal ring that is usually placed on you teeth to hold on parts of your braces Bracket A metal or ceramic part that is glued onto a tooth and serves as a means of fastening the arch wire.
In cellophane, a dark-colored circumferential ring in a slit roll, caused by a slightly heavier moisture content, or very slight variations in base-sheet thickness.
A paper ring around the head of a cigar.
A thin metal ring, usually stainless steel, which serves to secure orthodontic attachments to a tooth. The band, with orthodontic attachments welded or soldered to it, is closely adapted to fit the contours of the tooth and then cemented into place.
Paper placed around the cigar, usually near the head, originally used to protect white gloves from tobacco stains. Merchants quickly seized the idea and began using it as a place to put their brand name. Allowing them to differentiate their cigars from their competitors.
The ring of paper printed with the name of the cigar brand, usually wrapped near the closed head of the cigar. It may include the country of origin and whether or not it is hand rolled.
The paper ring around each cigar that decoratively identifies the brand.
A ring which is the same in width all around.
A ring of metal that is cemented around a tooth.
A metal ring that is cemented to your tooth and goes completely around your tooth. Bands provide a way to attach brackets to your teeth.
The small plastic or metal ring placed on the bird's leg for identification purposes. ; Banding is the act of putting the band on. ; Banded means the bird is already wearing a band.
A ring that is the same in width all around.
A ring, (such as a traditional wedding band), that has the same width all the way around.
A ring of paper wrapped around the closed head of most cigars. Legend says that cigar bands were invented by Catherine the Great or by Spanish nobles to keep their gloves from being stained. Others credit this invention to a Dutch advertising and promotion genius named Gustave Bock, who stated that the band helped keep the cigar wrapper together. Cigar bands are often printed with the name of the brand, country of origin, and/or indication that the cigar is hand
is simply a ring that is the same width all the way around.
A ring made from precious metal and normally with a uniform width.
The ring of paper with the name of the cigar brand, wrapped near the closed head of the cigar and usually held on with a vegetable based glue.
A band is a ring that is made from a thin, flat, ribbon-like strip of material (usually metal). The band can be unadorned or decorated. Wedding rings are often bands.
A metal ring placed around teeth such as to hold orthodontic brackets.