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    (băl´lĭs`tẽr or băl`lĭs´tẽr)
n.1.A crossbow.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Bagus, Philipp, David Howden, and Jesus Huerto de Soto Ballister. 2018.
Nimona wants to be supervillain Lord Ballister Blackheart's sidekick; she has one major useful ability--she can shapeshift almost instantly into any creature.
Person was assaulted with a wood ballister. The patient was taken to the hospital with a concussion.
Justess Newton pinned McKenzie's Brodi Ballister in 1:09 at 113, Thompson did the same to Casey Mitchell in 1:16, and Cody Johnson also won by fall for Mohawk in 1:45 over McKenzie's Spencer Brown.
These symbols are taken from the following two books, respectively: The Story of Jack Ballister's Fortunes by Howard Pyle (1895); and Virginia Dare; a Romance of the Sixteenth Century by Miss E.A.B.
Ballister [housekeeper] should be relieved of the responsibility of the house, and Bobby was going to be the real mistress of the Hargrew home.
Today, even though I am very well known for writing about single-action revolvers and single-shot rifles, my records show I've owned 17 Model 1911s ranging from Ballister Molinas to Les Baer Thunder Ranch Specials.
Boston Wharf Company (founded by shipowners in 1836) still owns much of the land, as it did in 1890, when Boston's Players League (PL) franchise leased a few acres from president Charles Theodore Russell and his son, progressive-thinking treasurer Joseph Ballister Russell.
Her survivors include her husband, David; three sons, Scott, Mark, and Thomas; her mother, Merka Ballister; and a brother, Louis Ballister.
William Ballister spots an early contender for the best ride of 1999
Many of his children's stories, illustrated by the author with vividness and historical accuracy, have become classics--most notably The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (1883); Otto of the Silver Hand (1888); Jack Ballister's Fortunes (1895); and his own folktales, Pepper & Salt (1886), The Wonder Clock (1888), and The Garden Behind the Moon (1895).