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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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Bandy has a huge following in Sweden and has similarities to both hockey and football as a small ball instead of a puck is used, and teams of 11 play on ice rinks, using curved sticks.
The royal couple started their day with a hot drink from a flask carried in a case, known as a bandy portfolj - bandy briefcase, to keep out the sub-zero temperatures at the snowy Stockholm park where the match was staged.
Later on, they received their own bandy hockey jerseys.
For over 50 years, Bandy has been the producer of specialized hinges used in a wide variety of aerospace, defense and industrial applications.
Bandy manufactures close-tolerance hinges used on commercial and military platforms.
Bandy said his office is also seeing a heightened increase in fake Internal Revenue Service calls where someone claims to be from the agency and that the consumer owes additional taxes.
Earlier, Bandy said the company, banking on Cebu's healthy economic progress, is ready to continually grow its research and development as well as shared-services centers here.
Bandy, who works with libraries on training and technology issues and is a freelance writer in history and genealogy, introduces librarians to four free online book sites they can add to their library: Google Books, HathiTrust, the Internet Archive, and the Open Library.
Our plan was to develop a program that could be replicated for other industry sectors or other professions within the maritime industry," says Audrey Bandy, technology specialist at ATN.
Melissa Bandy considered becoming a lawyer while attending Davidson College in North Carolina but decided to wait.
BBC commentators Andrew Castle and John Lloyd were quick to lay the blame on David Nalbandian but John McEnroe thinks Bandy didn't go far enough.