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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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Shirley Bailey said in court filings that it wasn't until after Rig-Up was sold that she learned it owed about $1.
At that point, Canada can move to what Bailey and her friends really want: an infinitely flexible relationship system that validates any conceivable family arrangement, regardless of the number or gender of partners.
Neighbors referred to members of the Bailey family as the `tall ones.
Of course this reading, like any other, requires a title as its starting point, and Bailey provided the books' titles (and authors) in her own.
May provides an in-depth examination of the emergence of a criminal bar practicing at the Old Bailey in London, emphasizing its role in, and reaction to, the transformation of the felony trial from a direct confrontation between the victim and accused into a contest between professional advocates.
There's very little you can do to ruin them," explains the event designer of New York-based, self-named Preston Bailey Entertainment and Set Design.
The workshop's organizers, David Bailey of Lawrence Berkeley (Calif.
McCloskey implies that Bailey has a "conservative" agenda because his sex research has led him to classify male-to-female transsexuals into two distinct categories.
Last summer, Feldman sued Bailey and his JEMB co-principal, Joseph Jerome, for abruptly terminating a $228M sale contract for the entire building.
Defence counsel Paul Gallagher, summing up the case for the seven newspapers being sued, said if the court found it was being misled by Bailey then the case must be dismissed.
1986; Maclntyre & Charos, 1996; MacIntyre & Gardner, 1989, 1991b, 1991c; Onwuegbuzie, Bailey, & Daley, 2000).