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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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They had previously folded up in small parcels of leaves, pieces of beef, fish, ripe and unripe bananas, and the tops of the wild arum.
As the evening drew to a close, I strolled beneath the gloomy shade of the bananas up the course of the stream.
On the road we met a large party of noble athletic men, going for wild bananas. I found that the ship, on account of the difficulty in watering, had moved to the harbour of Papawa, to which place I immediately walked.
The last several packages of dried bananas were stored in them, as well as the instruments of the officers.
Despite its universal appeal, it's a little known fact the story of the British banana starts with one man - a former MP for Coventry.
"The motivation for its development was the fact he wanted to eat a banana that was delicious and safe: people can eat the peel because it is cultivated organically without chemicals."
Summary: If you don't like bananas then read no more -- if you do then today is a day of joy
3 BANANAS keep your heart healthy THE starchy flesh inside a banana is loaded with potassium - a mineral that is essential for heart health.
A touch of nutmeg accented the ripe banana. I mashed the bananas as if I was making banana bread and added it to the batter right before I made the pancakes.
When harvesting banana, don't cut the trunk to the gound.
In whichever way you want, it is a good habit to include a banana in your diet every day for a healthy life.
A college town just outside of Brussels is an unlikely place to find banana plants - yet the University of Leuven hosts the world's largest banana collection, with more than 1,500 different varieties.