banisters


banisters
pl
пери́ла мн (лестницы)

The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary.. 2014.

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  • banisters — n. railing of a staircase ban·is·ter || bænɪstÉ™ n. railing, handrail …   English contemporary dictionary

  • banisters — UK [ˈbænɪstə(r)z] / US [ˈbænɪstərz] noun [plural] British a banister …   English dictionary

  • banisters — n railing, rail, handrail, balustrade …   Useful english dictionary

  • banister — [[t]bæ̱nɪstə(r)[/t]] banisters also bannister N COUNT A banister is a rail supported by posts and fixed along the side of a staircase. The plural banisters can be used to refer to one of these rails. I still remember sliding down the banisters …   English dictionary

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  • Halifax Parish Church — The Parish church of Halifax, England, dedicated to St John the Baptist.Halifax Parish Church a brief history A spurious legend has it that this church was built on the site where the head of John the Baptist was buried.fact|date=July 2007 There… …   Wikipedia

  • Finchampstead — is a small village and civil parish near Wokingham in the English county of Berkshire. Its northern extremity is sitated 2 miles south of Wokingham, 5 miles west of Bracknell, 8 miles south east of Reading, and 33 miles west of Central… …   Wikipedia

  • John Banister (Botaniker) — John Banister (* 1650 in Twigworth, Gloucestershire; † Mai 1692 in Virginia) war ein englischer Botaniker und Entomologe. Sein offizielles botanisches Autorenkürzel lautet „Banister“. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Wirken 2 Beiträge zu den Werken …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dicksonia Plantation — Dicksonia Dicksonia in 1934. Location: Lowndes County, Alabama Coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • baluster — baluster, banister The OED describes banister as a corruption of the slightly earlier word baluster; both are 17c. A baluster, though once having the meaning that banisters (plural) now has, means a single curved or ornamental post supporting a… …   Modern English usage

  • banister — baluster, banister The OED describes banister as a corruption of the slightly earlier word baluster; both are 17c. A baluster, though once having the meaning that banisters (plural) now has, means a single curved or ornamental post supporting a… …   Modern English usage

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