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Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Norman G., British dentist, 1870-1947. See: Bennett angle, Bennett movement.

Ben·nett

(ben'ĕt),
Edward H., Irish surgeon, 1837-1907. See: Bennett fracture.
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Bennetts Coaches have been operating in partnership with National Express for nine years and currently operate on 8 routes serving various destinations including Birmingham and London.
The Bennetts British Superbike Championship makes a superb Bank Holiday family day out, with children under 13 admitted free of charge and discounts for teens aged 13-15.
Left winger Bennetts himself is following in the footsteps of the likes of Jadon Sancho by moving to a country where clubs have a more favourable attitude to young players and coaches.
Mr Bennetts said it was interesting to compare the two responses.
Bennetts demonstrated her analytical chops in The Feminine Mistake: Are We Giving Up Too Much?
Peter Bennetts from South Shields who is complaining that his bank does not offer a voice activated cash machine for the blind
| Boro's Hayden Coulson battles for the ball with Keanan Bennetts of Tottenham Hotspur during the FA Youth Cup Fourth Round match DAN MULLAN a
Bennetts, which Saga has agreed to acquire from BGL Group, provides insurance cover for more than 200,000 customers.
Bennetts's backing will come of use as it allows Josh the freedom to buy the best and newest equipment.
Local councillor Steve Eva said Mr Bennetts, who died on Christmas Eve following a period of ill health, "will be missed by us all".
Dr Bennetts, of Church Crookham, Hants, was head at the Met Office College in Reading in the early 80s.