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bannister

1

[ ban-uh-ster ]

noun



Bannister

2

[ ban-uh-ster ]

noun

  1. Sir Roger (Gilbert), 1929–2018, English track and field athlete: first to run a mile in less than four minutes.

Bannister

/ ˈbænɪstə /

noun

  1. BannisterSir Roger (Gilbert)1929MBritishSPORT AND GAMES: athleteMEDICINE: doctor Sir Roger ( Gilbert ). born 1929, British athlete and doctor: first man to run a mile in under four minutes (1954)


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Bannister retired from running soon afterward to become a neurologist.

Bannister, whatever time this young person comes back, see that she is not sent away, and ask her in to the little morning room.

What'll people think to see a man of my age hanging over a bannister yelling 'Bootsey'!

I confessed that to the sewing circle, and Mrs. Deacon Bannister ain't seemed the same toward me since, but I don't care.

He was Pharisaically thankful that he was not as that conglomerate group in the Bannister box.

"The precise rate of speed and the exact instant of calculation, Captain Jackson," Bannister said.

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