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bailiwick

Law the area over which a bailiff has jurisdiction
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This week he will be boarding a coach bound for Portsmouth where the Bailliage of Great Britain will hold its 40th Anniversary Chapter.
For more information about the Dubai and Northern Emirates Bailliage of the ChaEne des RE[sup.
Threats from below seem to have been more easily contained than challenges to the city's privileges from the local Parlement, the Bailliage court, and, later, the intendant.
The bench was unveiled by Peter Andrews, Bailli of the Ordre des Chevaliers Bretvins Bailliage du Pays de Galles, an organisation dedicated to the wine, food and culture of Brittany, to which Mr Payne belonged.
Novara's account of queen's role in the events surrounding the appointment of Philip of Ibelin to the bailliage of Cyprus differs from that in Eracles.
Guenee, Tribunaux et Gens de Justice dans le bailliage de Senlis a la fin du Moyen Age vers 1380-vers 1550 (Paris, 1963).
The decisive step would come in 1633 with the creation of a Parlement and eight years later the introduction of a bailliage.
The Mission of the Chaine des Rotisseurs, Bailliage des Etats-Unis, is to unite professional and amateur gastronomes in a private, not-for-profit society committed to promoting the culinary arts and those of enology and hospitality through example, education, and camaraderie.