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How to use armband in a sentence
Fortunately, unlike a bris, or that tribal armband tattoo you got several years later, a kickstand-ectomy is easily reversible.
So if you’re trying to figure out a monitor for cycling, swimming, or running, whether an armband or a chest strap is better for you, read on.
Heart rate monitors with chest straps are slightly more accurate than wrist monitors and armbands that use optical sensors, only because the optical sensors are more likely to get knocked out of position.
Generally, the wrist and armbands are easier to use, while the chest straps boast better accuracy.
The uphill pass will be included with Aspen’s Premier, Employee, and Dependent passes, and all passholders will be required to wear an armband visibly displaying their pass at all times while touring.Aspen’s New Uphilling Fee Sparks Debate on Charging for Public-Land Access | syadron | September 10, 2021 | Outside Online
He wore the tight black uniform of the instructor and his green armband proclaimed his subject to be history.Earthsmith | Milton Lesser
But my heart thrills as the white armband with its red cross comes out sharp and distinct in the picture.The Fight for the Argonne | William Benjamin West
Blackjack, black-and-white striped armband, badge and whistle.
And that all he had to wear different from usual was an armband.Jerry's Charge Account | Hazel Hutchins Wilson
British Dictionary definitions for armband
a band of material worn round the arm, such as one bearing an identifying mark, etc, or a black one indicating mourning
an inflatable buoyancy aid, worn on the upper arm of a person learning to swim
an elasticated band worn round the upper arm to keep the shirtsleeve in place
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