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banty

(ˈbæntɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. another name for bantam
2. jocular a person resembling such a bird, namely short and often aggressive
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Her funeral was held at St Patrick's Church, High Spen on Monday June 16 and she is buried next to her cousin Jordan Gray, nicknamed Banty, who died in 2012 aged 16.