Bantam

Bantam may refer to:

  • Bantam (poultry), a small (or miniaturized) variety of poultry
  • Bantamweight, a weight class in boxing

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Other articles related to "bantam":

SS Bantam (1930)
... SS Bantam was built by Mach ... Requistioned during World War II, the SS Bantam was operating as part of Operation Lilliput ... Japanese Val dive bombers attacked Oro Bay, New Guinea while SS Bantam was alongside a liberty wharf unloading ...
Bantam, Cocos (Keeling) Islands
... Bantam Village is the largest settlement on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands ... It is located on Home Island and has a population of about 500, mainly Cocos Malays ...
Simon Kernick - Bibliography
... The Business of Dying (2002) — (Bantam, ISBN 0-593-04978-0) The Murder Exchange (2003) — (Bantam, ISBN 0-593-04979-9) The Crime Trade (2004) — (Bantam, ISBN 0-593-05135 ...
Bantam Press
... Bantam Press is an imprint of Transworld Publishers which is a British publishing division of Random House ... Bantam Press also publishes Sophie Kinsella's Shopaholic books ...
Sebright (chicken) - History - Development
... breed that carries his name, John Sebright intentionally set out to create a very small bantam chicken with laced plumage similar to the laced variety of Polish ... the breed's establishment circa 1810, Sebright founded The Sebright Bantam Club, which was the very first individual breed association for chickens ... Today, the breed is one of the ten most popular bantam chickens, according to the American Bantam Association ...