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You will hear many other vitamin names bandied about. The Allergy Handbook (1988)There is too much rubbish bandied about about the poor. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Some of the other names bandied around make no sense at all. Times, Sunday Times (2013)New and unfamiliar names were being bandied about. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Crazy figures were being bandied about the media looking for clarification. The Sun (2013)It seems very unlikely that the impact has been anything like the figures being bandied about by the motor lobby. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Last century, it was bandied about with a patronising smile. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's a description too often bandied about in the music business. The Sun (2011)The England duo are just two of the names being bandied around. The Sun (2013)It's very difficult as names have been bandied about and football is precarious. The Sun (2013)No one is saying, but all those figures have been bandied around in various reports in the press. Times, Sunday Times (2012)These figures are more reliable than some of the others bandied about because they are based on what homes actually sell for rather than the asking prices. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Figures of 3 million are being bandied about, but there is hard talking to come. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Over the years, names have been bandied about, but football is such a precarious industry. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Figures get bandied about, but the issues I have with the club are not money issues. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A figure of 70m has been widely bandied about since last October but the proof is in the pudding. The Sun (2013)Good on him for fronting up, but it says something about the English mentality that his name was being bandied about in the first place. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is probably worth much more than the 2 billion figure bandied around because he was investing in property long before he rose to prominence in F1. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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