Bunter


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Bunter

[′bu̇n·tər]
(geology)
Lower Triassic geologic time. Also known as Buntsandstein.
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Perhaps, like Billy Bunter, they need a Mr Quelch to police cake-related matters.
IAIN RUSSELL: The Morton striker is nowhere near the Bunter squad right now but has it in his locker to be a skipper in the not so distant future.
If the bunter happens to be left-handed, this presents a special challenge.
Mrs Whitehead said her husband Stuart - a retired optician who was 72 when he died earlier this year - used to read a Billy Bunter or other childhood book every day.
Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School by Frank Richards.
Filling in at catcher for an injured Ben Richards (ACL surgery), Murphy has the proper blend of speed and bat control to be an exceptional bunter.
His lawyer Giovanni Di Stefano said: "His appearance would make a concentration camp inmate look like Billy Bunter.
Screen test: 1 The New Statesman; 2 Dallas; 3 Carrington; 4 Baywatch; 5 Paul Gascoigne's; 6 Paul Nicholas; 7 The Magic Roundabout; 8 Magpie; 9 John Hurt; 10 Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School.
Figgins' approach as a bunter, though, is still a work in progress.
Under what name did author Charles Hamilton write his Billy Bunter stories?
It's the first time I've seen the name since reading Billy Bunter.
PwC partner Richard Bunter, said the fall in insolvencies in the region was encouraging, but the outlook remained tough