|NOUN || a baby banana | baby bananas |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- A fable from central Bougainville Island relates how a mother left her baby under a banana tree while gardening, and the baby floated into the sky crying and transformed into "Kaa'nang", the brahminy kite, its necklace becoming the bird's feathers.
- Eric Wimp was rocketed to Earth from the moon as a baby, and gained his powers because the crescent moon resembles a banana.
- Louis Prima played a song called "Banana Split for My Baby" at the Casbar Lounge of the Sahara Hotel in 1956.
- Her father left the family to earn money in the United States when she was a baby; at age 3, she and her older siblings and mother followed him to Tampa, Florida, on a banana boat.
- It was the band's European debut, made up of some of the best material from their previous albums, "Yellow Banana" and "Di Di Di", complemented by the addition of an unreleased live recording.
- He was shown to be quite intelligent and was known for making quirky quotations that didn't always fit the situation such as "Holy Banana Bread!
- The Spacemonkeyz appear to be first referenced before the album in the "Tomorrow Comes Today" video. During the video, in the background, a poster can be seen with three pictures of monkeys with spacesuits and the caption "Laugh now but one day we'll be in charge". The artwork is a famous piece of artwork by Banksy, the visual artist who worked with Damon Albarn for Think Tank's artwork and Demon Days producer Danger Mouse in an attack against Paris Hilton. Before the release of the album, the mix of Tomorrow Comes Today (Bañana Baby) was released in the single of Tomorrow Comes Today in February 2002.
- ... Saigal) goes to the market-place and buys bananas along with the basket from a blind banana seller, which he gets distributed among the poor.
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