bantam [the eventual paperback publisher] sold six million copies in 20 years.
Reprinted by arrangement with bantam Books, an imprint of The Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc.
In another study, “one man reported that he felt compelled to incubate and help hatch out a clutch of bantam chickens.”
He is the author of several books including Taking America (bantam), and The End of Affluence (Random House).
Lonard thinks ha-ha-ha and tells bantam that the rights have reverted to him, which they have.
The 25th there came a junk from bantam, the owners of which were Chinese.
Babbitt, looking like a triumphantly vicious bantam rooster, crowed on.
At any moment some Terrible Magyar may wrest the bantam championship from us.
This is not a bantam 224 hen at all; this is a bantam rooster.
She called Thea to come and look at a bantam egg, which she held up proudly.
1749, after Bantam, former Dutch residency in Java, from which the small domestic fowl were said to have been first imported. Extension to "small person" is 1837. As a light weight class in boxing, it is attested from 1884, probably from the birds, which are small but aggressive and bred for fighting.