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(bahng), Avoid the incorrect forms Bangs and Bangs'.
Bernhard L.F., Danish veterinarian and physician, 1848-1932. See: Bang disease.
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Drug slang
verb A regional term meaning to inject a drug.

verb A slang for having sexual intercourse.
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The dried leaves of Cannabis sativa, the hemp plant from which MARIJUANA is derived.
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While Apple iPhone 4S might be pretty old compared to the iPhone 5 and 5S,it is a bang for buck as it runs the latest iOS 7 without a hitch on its 3.5inch (960 x 640) display with a high 330 pixels per inch found in some of the latest smartphones.
"In terms of bang for buck, not only does the UK come bottom of the index of outcomes but it also spends a relatively large amount of money to achieve this woeful result.
Decreased impact forms of exercise such as elliptical training and walking seem to give almost the same bone density "bang for buck" as running.
The degree to which any piece of legislation can partially self-finance by spurring job-growth depends largely on how efficient it is in creating jobs--legislation with higher "bang for buck" (i.e., jobs created per given amount spent) will spur more tax collections and reduce safety net spending more and hence will provide larger offsets to its gross headline costs.