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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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Officers] were not there to protect David Bailey," he said.
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Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Herbert OBE, commanding officer of 1 Scots, said: "I suspect some of the younger guys did not know who David Bailey was but they all knew about GQ.
David Bailey spent a week at Camp Bastion taking shots of soldiers and said: "It's like Apocalypse Now with less dirt.
Duffy, who reinvented photography in the Sixties together with David Bailey and Terence Donovan, was notoriously grumpy.
A PORTRAIT of Sir Laurence Olivier, taken on the actor's 80th birthday by celebrity photographer David Bailey, is being sold at auction today.
The exhibition includes work by Lord Lichfield, Lord Snowdon, Terence Donovan, David Bailey and Mario Testino.
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