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bandy

1. an early form of hockey, often played on ice
2. a stick, curved at one end, used in the game of bandy
3. an old form of tennis
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I think There's with a few being bandied the dressing should be "Surely they all want the same thing - survival.
Andrew BarrocasFrom the May issue:While the real estate community is inundated with statistics about sales activity and prices when it comes to the condo and co-op market, there's one stat that's rarely bandied about in public: commission fluctuations.
But other names being bandied about include current AM Rhodri Glyn Thomas (forget it - he's ruled it out), Nerys Evans, who's hardly going to want to take what Plaid clearly view as a step back, party chair John Dixon and, more cheekily, Dafydd Wigley.
The word 'legend' is bandied about so much now that it is becoming meaningless, but when applied to McCoy it takes on its truest meaning.
With the new season approaching, talk is bandied about players switching clubs for astronomical sums.
He said: "You just have to do the maths when you get the kind of money that is being bandied about in the IPL.
The words New Kensington have been bandied around for years now.
One of the options being bandied about is the slow withdrawal of our armed forces, known as "cut and run" when proposed by Democrats, but I'm sure Mr.
Although the word "icon" gets bandied about in the auto industry as though practically every brand is one, the truth of the matter is that the icons are few and far between and one of them is Jeep.
Investments of US$11 billion over the next 10 years and additional production of between S00,000 and 800,000 barrels per day are just some of the figures being bandied about.While PDVSA's backroom boys have been hatching the profit-sharing scheme for years, not long ago, the sweeping Congressional approval it received in July would have been unthinkable.
WITH MODERN MUSIC'S current focus of placing emphasis on the almighty dollar bill over artist development, words like "original" or "unique" are constantly bandied about in an effort to help hype the next "big thing." But, truth be told, how many current musicians or groups really are honestly unique?
That point was underscored by the various phrases bandied about describing the industry--specialty publishers, newsletter and specialized-information publishers, electronic publishers, etc.