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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbannisterban‧nis‧ter /ˈbænɪstə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  banister
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bannisterBy clinging to a bannister he miraculously managed to land safely.Both hands on the bannister, the scarf around her head.He needed to support himself on the bannister.Hold on to the bannister rail and lower your heels down slowly, then slowly rise on tiptoe.Stairs rising to first floor with exposed timber bannister.I leaned on the polished wooden bannister until his head was level with mine and our eyes met.
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