Isbister

/ˈɪsbɪstə/ (say 'isbistuh)

noun
Clair (Jean Sinclair Isbister), 1915–2008, Australian paediatrician.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • James Isbister — (29 November 1833 ndash; 16 October 1915) was a Canadian Métis leader of the nineteenth century. Prominent among the Anglo Métis of the area, he is considered by some to be the founder of the city of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.LifeAn interpreter …   Wikipedia

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