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  • v. Present participle of pandy.


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  • Tom also related that the Doctor had become a bankrupt, and the school broken up; but I was unable to hear anything further about the scene of my past misdeeds and experiences of "pandying" and "way of his own" of my former master, for while we were yet chatting together, Captain Giles came up, saying he was going off to the _Jackmal_ at once, and would like Jorrocks and myself to come on board with him, as he intended sailing that afternoon.

    On Board the Esmeralda Martin Leigh's Log - A Sea Story

  • Power, pipelines, pandying to warlords who may or may not be Muslim but are thieves, murderers, rapists, poppypedlars and all round blackguards.

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