banister : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a railing at the side of a staircase or balcony to prevent people from falling
- At one point he rides down the banister of Capone's hotel firing off rounds from both hands.
- For Bullimore, that process began at an HVN support group in Sheffield, England, where he first spoke of being tied to a banister and abused by a female babysitter from the age of .
- The only injured policeman had been hit by a piece of broken banister, and all but two or three of the students had been shot in the back or in the soles of their feet, while .
News & Articles
- Calendar for Sunday, June 23, 2013
Entertainment Victor "Easy Street" Gallegos: Noon. Pepito's Mexican Restaurant, 3333 S. Coulter St. No cover. 806-353-7373. Will Banister & The Mulberry Band: 6 p.m. VFW Post 1475, 1401 W. Eighth Ave. Cover. Amarillo Area Singles Dance Club.
June 22, 2013 - Amarillo Globe-News
- Barbara Bush in CNN
Slide down the banister of the solarium, go to T-ball games, have swimming parties, and play Sardines on the White House lawn,the Bush girls said. "Have fun and enjoy your childhood in such a magical place to live and play."
- Laura Bush in South Washington County Bulletin
I hope you two have been getting on,Laura said. "You did tell her about that banister, didn't you?"
- Jilly Cooper in Belfast Telegraph
Dogs make great companions for writers,says Cooper. "Feather is also fine with my four cats. My husband Leo, who is a bit immobile, uses him as a banister rail to get upstairs."