His son and successor, Francis II., was but a nervous sickly boy bandied between two women:
The first session was tumultuous; party feeling ran high, and scurrilous and vulgar epithets were bandied to and fro.
bandyious figures were bandied about, from $ 15 billion to $ 26 billion.
bandynow those words get bandied around a lot, but in this case it's true!
bandy Yes, I didn't have a word at that time, human factors wasn't a term bandied about per se.
bandythe meantime, as the adverts are placed and the names bandied around, Bourne is putting together her farewell festival.
bandyt is a term that is quite often bandied around within our service.
bandy word ` irreplaceable ' is frequently bandied about but in his case it would not be out of place.
bandyusations of unworthy motives were freely bandied on both sides.
bandyse are some of the words I've heard bandied around in meetings over the last few years.
bandy we still hear the word Ã¢independentÃ¢ bandied about in relation to many American movies released each year.
bandye very large figures have been bandied about in the press - but they are likely to be overstated.
British multiculturalism ' Britain is a multicultural society ' - the phrase is bandied about religiously, but the meaning is rarely examined.
For many generations Italy had been bandied to and fro between.
The latter is always a question bandied about in chatrooms and message boards.
When considering how many calories needed each day to lose weight, you hear the term calorie bandied about, but most people have a really nebulous idea of what a calorie actually is.
bandy moot figure bandied around by the press was 12 regions, whittled down from a weighty 27 applications that had eventually flowed in.
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