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  1. is a band of metal, usually a precious metal, worn as an ornament around the biceps of the upper arm

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 3, 2008
  2. similar to a bracelet or bangle, though it must be shaped and sized to fit snugly to the upper arm

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  3. Historically, the arm ring was commonly worn by men, and often a ring in bronze age heroic literature would refer to an arm ring, rather than a finger ring, however, in Celtic iron-age literature, "ring" would also refer to a torc

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  4. Sri Lankan history notes that brides wore armlets to ward off ill luck

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  5. Armlet.
    Armlet.

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  6. However, the armlet can be more eye-catching when it is made of gold or silver and is studded with gems

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