bandy-legged


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have legs that curve outward at the knees

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Police are searching for a bandy-legged man who they believe may have information about a burglary in Huddersfield.
Left-back THE bandy-legged defender was one of the surprise packages of Albion's 92-93 season, thriving as an over-lapping full-back after being plucked from Kidderminster Harriers at the start of that campaign.
The next time you park on a double yellow line, beware the gun-toting, bandy-legged marshal attempting to whisk you off to Texas.
But Francis believes Tyson is in for a shock if he is expecting another bandy-legged Briton who will crumble before the first bell goes.
She looked at one stage unlikely to run again, let alone in the Guineas, but has recovered well and now the biggest doubt that surrounds the daughter of Efisio, who is notable for her bandy-legged action, is her ability to stay the extra distance.
The lanky 20-year-old dancer, grandson of the paunchy, bandy-legged flamenco legend Farruco, generated even more excitement, with elastic moves and state-of-the-art footwork, than the old man had.
The 28-year-old has the bandy-legged gait of a pro player, which had been his dream back in his native Iraq.
Even supermodels can come unstuck wearing them - where Jodie Kidd looks amazing, poor bandy-legged Kate Moss looks wretched.
He is described as a "three foot six inches tall, bandy-legged, club-footed, rag-faced" cripple in a wheelchair.
I could have taken the money and not cared but I wanted people to remember the real SuperMac and not a bandy-legged, slow imposter.
Penate has moved on from his Mockney-accented, bandy-legged schtick to riffs on various styles from afrobeat to samba and calypso, creating a chilled Balearic vibe.
And they don't get more dogged than a bandy-legged boxing writer whose idea of fast service is only a 30-second wait at the Newz Bar, and who first picked up a tennis racket a month ago.
Faustino Asprilla The bandy-legged Colombian may have been a fish out of water on Tyneside but was never dull.