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Word: bandy

Definition: discuss lightly or glibly; discuss in a frivolous manner; exchange (words) heatedly; quarrel; Ex. bandy words with

Sentences Containing 'bandy'

4 out of these were played on other sites than Västerås. Games were played in Solna, Stockholm, Eskilstuna and Uppsala. The main venues were ABB Arena Syd in Västerås, Sweden's largest indoor arena for bandy, and Hakonplan, an outdoor stadium.
Afghanistan also became a member of the Federation of International Bandy in 2012.
As to his remark about his deserts, it was also not unnatural if you consider that he stood beside the dead body of his father, and that there is no doubt that he had that very day so far forgotten his filial duty as to bandy words with him, and even, according to the little girl whose evidence is so important, to raise his hand as if to strike him.
At the Bandy World Championship 2010 Canada won Group B for the first time.
At the Bandy World Championships 2012 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Federation of International Bandy established an office for Asia and plan to organise the first Asian Bandy Championships in December 2012.
Bartholomew Bandy meets her shortly after her 1917 marriage in the novel "Three Cheers for Me" (1962, revised 1973) by Donald Jack.
Canada, however, lost the Group A qualification match against the United States by a score of 9-6, and thus will again play in Group B at the Bandy World Championship 2011 in Kazan, Russia.
Currently only OLS is playing in Bandyliiga, the top level in Finnish bandy.
Falu BS, is a bandy club from Falun in Sweden.
In 2001 the city was the main venue for the Bandy World Championships.
In 2005, the team participated in the championships in Kazan, Russia, where they lost to the Belarus national bandy team for the "B" title.
Lee saved Ronald Reagan's candidacy," said Lee Bandy, a writer for the South Carolina newspaper "The State".
Oscar Jonsson (born April 21, 1977) is a Swedish Bandy player who currently plays for Ljusdals BK as a half back or midfielder.
Oscar represented the Swedish national bandy team during the 2004/05 season.
Remember that thy mind is of that nature as that it becometh altogether unconquerable, when once recollected in herself, she seeks no other content than this, that she cannot be forced: yea though it so fall out, that it be even against reason itself, that it cloth bandy.
Statistics for Top scorers and fairplay league during Bandy World Champinchips 2009.
Stauber also plays bandy with the Duluth Dynamo.
That will be the first time India participates in a bandy competition.
The Bandy World Championship 2009 was held between January 18 and January 25 in Västerås, Sweden.
The Canadian national bandy team is the bandy team representing Canada.
The club is now known in its abbreviated form as Unik, with football section as Unik Fotbollklubb and the bandy section as Unik BK.
The club traces its roots to Nacka SK, a sports club founded in 1906 that initially competed in bandy.
The district is home to the Bandy Federation of India which is a member of the IOC recognized Federation of International Bandy.
The newspaper arranged the Rossiya Tournament, an international bandy competition held every other year in Russia in 1972-1990.
The team also became world champions for clubs by winning the Bandy World Cup in 1998.
The team has competed in the Bandy World Championships several times starting in 1991.
The team is overseen by the Manitoba and Canadian Bandy Federations, members of the Federation of International Bandy.
William frequently posts pictures and videos of his daughter, Genevieve (Evie) Beckett on his social media, as does his wife, Christine Bandy.

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