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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of banjo.


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  • The Scottish first minister struck early in the proceedings and thereafter chortled and banjoed all the way to the finishing line.

    Labour needs to challenge Alex Salmond – and quickly | Kevin McKenna

  • The tragicomedy of the north-east match official's fraternal arm-round-the-shoulder huddle with Wayne Rooney after the United player had banjoed James McCarthy put me in mind of a chap I once knew, Mr Mifsud.

    Who's the sycophant in the black? | Harry Pearson

  • But that was before the Edinburgh Executive was banjoed by a sex scandal so odious that even New Labour couldn't spin their way out of it.

    Boiling a frog

  • If I'd have been banjoed like that I wouldn't be too happy.

    The Policeman's Blog

  • The court had heard that the teen allegedly told a gardaí following his arrest "I am going to pay someone to have his face banjoed."

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  • Unlike previous works, the disc dwells less on banjoed odes to American states, and more on lavish pop songs - some of them even danceable.

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  • You HAD (upto 2006) fought the longest engagement from a FOB in Afghan it's now 2010 and FOB's have been getting banjoed daily for the last 4 years.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The belting is on a level with the sorrowful mourning: the banjoed 'Bartez Blues' being as good an example of Tillman's talent as a songwriter as any here, with seven minutes of carefully constructed and contrasting tones.

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • He's just as good at belting as he is at sorrowfully mourning, though: the banjoed

    Drowned In Sound // Feed

  • Six-nil will probably end up as seven today when England try to avoid becoming completely banjoed in the one-day series.

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