Bannister


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Bannister

Sir Roger (Gilbert). born 1929, British athlete and doctor: first man to run a mile in under four minutes (1954)
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Now, Bannister, will you please tell us the truth about yesterday's incident?
His troubled blue eyes glanced at each of us, and finally rested with an expression of blank dismay upon Bannister in the farther corner.
The unfortunate young man staggered back, and cast a look full of horror and reproach at Bannister.
Soames, that you said to me that no one, not even Bannister, could have told that the papers were in your room, the case began to take a definite shape in my mind.
Bannister, 56, was investigated by the Department of Work and Pensions which filmed him completing a 5,400-yard course in four and a half hours.
The writ states Mr Bannister claims Miss Evans drive too fast, braked too hard, failed to keep control of her car, failed to drive with due care and attention and exposed Mr Bannister to an unnecessary and foreseeable risk of injury.
Eugene resident Paul Bannister has stories to tell.
Nevertheless, in 1954 Roger Bannister rendered all such claims erroneous when he ran the mile race in less than four minutes.
Police Sergeant Craig Bannister, 30, was not on an emergency call when the BMW 5 Series hit surface water in South Wales and spun out of control.
NIGEL Bannister will always be remembered as the linesman who got it so spectacularly wrong by awarding Reading a goal at Watford recently.
Bannister, 76, of Chase Road died Monday, June 23, 2008 at his home.
JOHN BUTLER was correct in saying Frederick Bannister was a foreman at Forgings and Pressworks.