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Bandy legs or GENU VARUS.
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Then we were told to mingle with Adam's order: "I want you all to start walking around, eyes down first, and take in what you're seeing - shoes, socks, bandy legs, that sort of thing."
They developed a large and loyal following as Bandy Legs but later changed their name to Quartz.
Initially playing a wide range of covers, they began to concentrate on the harder rock sound the Midlands had become famous for, started to write their own material and soon developed a large and loyal following as Bandy Legs. They signed to Jet Records in 1976 and became the support act on Sabbath's 1977 tour.
Newborn goats with bandy legs bleat from a nearby pen, while bees buzz around their honeycombs.
"They thought that you had to draw fat defenders and players with bandy legs.
MAX, the lovable lurcher with bandy legs, has found a new home.
I may still have the bandy legs to show for such premature roaming, but at least the state of independence hit almost immediately.
"Nothing got past him, he was dependable and as hard as nails," said another, while a third described him as: "Pure class, with a pair of bandy legs!" In central defence, two men stood out for supporters - Dave Sutton and Keith Hanvey.
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Albert, remembered for his bandy legs, played eight games that autumn but had lost his place before the Kings Lynn fiasco that was to be the end of Frith's reign at Coventry.
And it's because we love her kooky features and laughter lines (not to mention her cute bandy legs) that we think she's taken things a bit too far with this airbrushing malarkey.