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/ban·dy/ (band´e) bowed or bent in an outward curve.
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Still, there's no need to be intimidated by the verbiage bandied about by the more technologically literate.
Tonight's episode, as mentioned, focuses on a sexual sadist, allowing such phrases as ``erotic asphyxiation,'' ``murdering pedophile,'' ``carjacking necrophiliac'' and other more gruesome terms to be bandied about freely.
In recent weeks, Wall Street has bandied about several prospective suitors for the Hershey, Pa.
In the latest edition of Economic Insight, Blitzer contrasts the way the Fed is approaching the world with some of the more extreme thinking being bandied about Wall Street.
After getting permission from the Herrmanns, Hessler bandied about ideas of buying playground equipment and toy toadstools before settling on small benches.
The two proposals have been bandied about by the Bush administration as solutions for the energy crisis.
With a dearth of high-profile Republicans in California, Riordan's name has been bandied about as a possible challenger to Democratic Gov.
These are not nearly the kind of (high) numbers bandied about by people,'' said Ronald Davis, general manager of the city's Public Service Department.
One of the big questions being bandied about the industry is whether the public, reeling from too many incidents of real-life violence, will be turned off by the Brad Pitt-Edward Norton ``Fight Club'' because of its brutality.
One answer that's been bandied about involves marketing new acts through the Internet.
Other names being bandied about include John Fogerty.