[ban-ber-ee, -buh-ree, -bree, bam-]
- a town in N Oxfordshire, in S England.
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“We are far, far away from ending this crisis,” said Banbury.Millions Promised for Ebola Not Adding Up
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The Banbury cheese of which Shakespeare wrote is no longer made.England, Picturesque and Descriptive
(reads) “accompanied by Mrs. Bouncer, also of the Banbury Light Horse.”Happy-Thought Hall
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Didcot with its Banbury cakes and tumble-down station is passed.Little Folks (July 1884)
But he had not recently consumed four Banbury cakes and two apples.
He had done a lot of work on four Banbury cakes and an apple.
- a town in central England, in N Oxfordshire: telecommunications, financial services. Pop: 43 867 (2001)
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