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BANE. This word was formerly used to signify a malefactor. Bract. 1. 2, t. 8, c. 1.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Banes, ranked 301st in the world, recovered from a break of service in the opening game to take the opening set.
Banes said the recruitment of minors to join the armed struggle was a 'clear manifestation of gross violation' on the Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act.
"It would be unfair to both any new members and the authority to appoint and acclimate new members at this time," Banes said in the press release.
Speaking to Gulf Times, CEO Banes, said that the new portal is an online library.
Intellectually fertile and surprising, the anthology provides an excellent overview of Banes' career, especially her predilection for, in Harris' words, "drawing our attention to what might otherwise be ignored or overlooked." Banes' scholarly books are principally concerned with the Judson Dance Theater of the 1960s, its milieu, and its cultural legacy in succeeding decades.
The thesis of Michael Bane's article ("Tactical Reload: Trick or Reality?" Apr/May) seems to be that our "inner monkey" will prevent us from properly conducting a tactical reload under stress.
Banes clawed back two successive singles, reducing the gap to 13-10, but the Brummies kept their cool on the run-in, slotting home a double and two singles to win decisively 17-11.
As Sally Banes writes in the introduction to Dancing Women: Female Bodies on Stage, "Like so many women involved in dance, I long felt that an explicit feminist analysis was simply unnecessary in a highly feminized field, where many of the leading figures - both artists and scholars - are women."
However, Diamsay was not in the watch list of the barangay or of the police's antiillegal drugs unit, according to investigator PO3 Donald Banes.
Banes was a cashier at the former A&P Grocery Store for 16 years.