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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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Bannister entered, and shrank back in evident surprise and fear at our judicial appearance.
"Now, Bannister, will you please tell us the truth about yesterday's incident?"
"Ah, that's a pity, Bannister. Up to now you may have spoken the truth, but now I know that you have lied."
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.
"Now, sir, you must see that after Bannister's words your position is hopeless, and that your only chance lies in a frank confession."
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.
Holmes looked triumphantly at Bannister. "He put his gloves on the chair, and he took the proofs, sheet by sheet, to copy them.
With both Canada and the United States gearing up for national elections, Ontario-based Bannister Lake is now offering media organizations web-based solutions to complement and augment their on-air presentations and expand election coverage.
Paul Bannister, who founded the Heel and Toe charity 10 years ago, has set up ManHealth CIC with the intention of providing support for men in the region struggling with depression.
Bannister, by then a medical student at a London hospital, set that day for his attempt.