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Bailey

1. David. born 1938, English photographer
2. Nathan or Nathaniel. died 1742, English lexicographer: compiler of An Universal Etymological English Dictionary (1721--27)

Bailey

Stockade or walled enclosure surrounding a castle; also an open court in a medieval fortification.

bailey

The open area within a castle fortification. See inner bailey and outer bailey; Also see motte-and-bailey.
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Some examples are Tommy Stack, Barry Hills, Eoghan O'Neill, the Quinlan brothers, Bryan Smart, Alan Bailey, David Evans, Richard Hannon and David Barron.
Olivia Newton John and Nigella Lawson were amongst the celebrities who donated these pots, along with world famous artists David Bailey, David Hockney and Quentin Blake.
Nick Brayshaw, Ray O'Donoghue, Bob Hale; Peter Ullathorne, David Munton, Nigel Bailey, David Muir; Ken Baker, Paul O'Donohue, John Goodwin, Carl Radd; Paul Fenner, Sul Sahota, David Gawthorpe; Andrew Riley, Steve Line, Mehrdad Toofanian; Ian Brodie, Kevin Edwards, Martyn Pilley
NORTH CAROLINA -- Crystal Bailey, David Castelow, William A.
Albers, John Alexander, Nicholas Altman, Douglas Annesley, Thomas Apple, Fred Appleton, Harold Bailey, David Bennett, Michael Bermes, Edward Berne, Bernard Besch, Paige Bischoff, Fritz Boeckx, Roger Boutwell, Joseph Bowers, Jr.
Joining the firm from DLJ are John Bailey, David Bradshaw, Jay Dobson, Alain Karaoglan, Greg Nejmeh, Arvind Sanger, and Vanessa Wilson.
Wood (Telos Corporation chairman and CEO), Bernard Bailey, David Borland, Bill Dvoranchik, Seth Hamot, retired Army Lt.
George Bailey, David Warner, Phil Hughes and others will be expected to perform on Saturday.
ANSWERS BELOW 1 Prize Question; 2 Daniel Sturridge; 3 Jose Mourinho; 4 Steven Gerrard; 5 Carlos Tevez; 6 Javier Zanetti; 7 Prize Question; 8 Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard, Gary Cahill & Ryan Bertrand; 9 England; 10 Juventus, Bayern Munich & Benfica; 11 Prize Question; 12 Tony Jacklin; 13 Newmarket; 14 Marble; 15 Prize Question; 16 Ball, Carrick, Duberry, Gray, Owen, Brown, Dawson, Essien & Hughes; 17 Christopher Wreh; 18 Dion Dublin & Matt le Tissier; 19 Dimitar Berbatov, Louis Saha, Teddy Sheringham, Frazier Campbell & Michael Carrick; 20 Peter Beardsley, Alan Smith, Dennis Bailey, David Bentley, Dirk Kuyt and Romelu Lukaku; 21 Tony Hibbert, Tony Adams, Tony Cottee, Tony Dorigo, Anthony Gardner and Tony Coton.
DOUBLE TOP: From left, Michael Bailey, David Robinson, Ed Foster and Martin Armstrong of Screentech.
He will be joined by Sue Perkins, Bill Bailey, David Mitchell and Alan Davies and they will all be suitably attired in Shakespearean garb for the occasion.