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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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Dozens of parties were cancelled at Go Bananas in Burntwood |
The |Chronicle team members wear yellow and Go Bananas for the Sunshine
Also backing the owners was Rebecca Piek who posted: "Many people that are making rude comments to Go Bananas do not appear to understand the situation that the management team are in.
Go Bananas is a throw back to peanut butter and banana sandwiches mixing chocolate banana chips, banana chips, peanut butter gems, honey roasted sesame sticks and peanuts together.
Lyn said: "Tom and myself wanted to do our part for Go Bananas month and as we were celebrating our 39th wedding anniversary we thought it would be a brilliant idea to walk a mile around the centre for every year we've been married.
THE race is heating up as Go Bananas fundraisers compete to be named the top individual money-maker in June.
In conjunction with Universal Pictures' December 14 release of Peter Jackson's highly anticipated "King Kong," Nestle has introduced something new that fans of the cinematic ape will go bananas for: a limited-edition King Kong bar and special edition King bar.
Every penny of the PS14,000 raised went straight to The Chronicle Sunshine Fund's Go Bananas appeal, which aims to raise PS50,000 during June so the charity can provide life-changing specialist equipment to 10 local disabled youngsters and hundreds more through the Percy Hedley Sports Academy.
Why do the home crowd go bananas when United score, but not Porto?
Each winner will also receive a copy of the brand new Wiggles DVD, The Wiggles Go Bananas, featuring The Wiggles duet with Kylie Minogue on the song Monkey Man
NOT CHILD'S PLAY: Angela and Andrew Mehegan who want to open soft play area Go Bananas in the Kirkleatham Business Park Picture by Peter Reimann
Schools will also show their support in the Go Bananas for Fairtrade initiative, which aims to set a world record for the number of Fairtrade bananas eaten from March 6-7.