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bane

(bān),
A poison or blight.
[O.E. bana]
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Banes soaked up the early pressure and launched a counter-attack.
British number three Ward did not have such a smooth progression as he was made to work hard by 26-year-old Australian Banes.
Banes declined to identify the woman, but he said she was a graduate of Mass Communications at the University of the Philippines-Cebu.
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I just wanted to let you know that I thought Michael Banes article on tactical reloads was excellent.
Partnerships prospered as Brian Pigott steered his Erdington Court team into the semi finals of the All England Mixed Fours Bowls Championship at Blaby, Leicestershire, writes Don McQuarrie Pigott teamed up with his wife Jacqueline and another husband and wife combination, Bill and Jean Hamilton to see off Keith Banes's side from Sheerness Town, Kent in the quarter finals.
by Sally Banes. New York: Routledge, 1998, 271 pp., $75.00 hardcover, $22.99 paper.
The heart, basically a pump with some complicated support systems, is prone to one of plumbing's banes -- clogged pipes.