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BANANA

A derogatory term; acronym for Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anybody. Much stronger than NIMBY—Not In My Back Yard.

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Wrap each frozen banana in foil or enclose in plastic food bags.
Dip frozen bananas into chocolate mixture to evenly coat.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- From frozen bananas that pound rubber nails to a who-dunnit murder mystery, 3M celebrates the 10th anniversary of one of its most popular science encouragement programs -- Visiting Wizards -- an award-winning volunteer program in which 3M employees share science-based presentations in elementary and middle school classrooms throughout the country.
For the filling, mix six previously frozen bananas with one cup of soft dates and cinnamon to taste.
With fans dressed in denim cutoffs, munching on frozen bananas, and picking out fun quotes and references to tweet in anticipation of the premiere you'd think nothing could go wrong.
This recipe by Devin Alexander includes frozen bananas and coco powder, and was developed for an ex-boyfriend who had a raging sweet tooth.
Warwick University's Nick Barker and his assistant Becky Kaner transformed the school hall into a working laboratory complete with igniting balloons, frozen bananas and shuddering bangs.
Dole is one of the finalists for its Yonanas product, the frozen treat maker that transforms frozen bananas and other fruit into an ice creamlike dessert.
SLICED FROZEN BANANAS Nothing contributes more to a smoothie: texture, taste, nutrition, and coldness (much better than ice cubes, which water things down).
This casual restaurant, not too far from the ocean with only outdoor seating and takeout, featured many vegan dishes, but the highlight was always their dessert, consisting of frozen bananas put through a machine that produced a cold and creamy vegan ice cream with no added sugar or fat.
Year 8 pupils watched as former lecturer and associate dean of the University of Sunderland, Professor Kilcoyne, used exploding foam, deep frozen bananas and buckets of dry ice to help fuel the fun of science.
It was on this visit that I was greatly taken with frozen bananas in chocolate.