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/ban·dy/ (band´e) bowed or bent in an outward curve.
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But some of the money that is being bandied about in the IPL is 10 times the amount of money you are earning.
1) cast the spotlight on the changing face of the English language, as bandied about by netrepreneurs.
While the word "legend" is often bandied about, in the case of one particular male dancer, it is completely appropriate.
Netspeak is the techno-babble bandied about in cyberspace.
Perhaps the saddest fact is the way the word `Christian' is bandied about--proudly by some whose attitudes are a parody of what Christ proclaimed and derisively by those who see bigotry behind their words.
When such weighty words as "real" get bandied about, you can barely speak in anything other than gross generalizations; for example, "Interspersing On Kawara's famous date paintings with photographs ranging from a 1966 work by Dan Graham to a 1993 picture by Robert Barry, this exhibition (curated by Robert Nickas) explores the relationship between art and the real world for the last three decades.
An additional cut in output has been bandied about for the upcoming meeting in Nigeria next month, though we point out that at least some OPEC members remain aloof about their thoughts on the subject.
In reviews and interviews with popular young bands such as Franz Ferdinand and Bloc Party, the band's name is bandied about as a primary influence.