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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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Wingfield said the Baileys trusted their son to run the company, and he's the one who set up the contract for the sale.
Roger and Shirley Bailey now see their adult son only at court proceedings.
She alleged that her son knew that the taxes hadn't been paid but didn't tell her, an accusation Jeffrey Bailey denies.
Now Bailey is hoping the courts will stop the city from using its power of eminent domain to improve Lenhart's bottom line.
Yet Bailey lost the first round, with Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Robert Myers ruling against him on April 30,2002.
Bailey and his father approached Lenhart to see if the brake service could be incorporated into the development project.
99 [pounds sterling] pack includes a 70cl bottle of Baileys with a Baileys Latte glass and a pack of Whittard's ground coffee.
A book of other coffee recipes using Baileys is also included.
The drink, a combination of espresso coffee, Baileys and steamed milk, is intended to provide consumers with a new way to drink the cream liqueur and is on sale in 2,000 pubs and bars.
Bailey, 54, former Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Mississippi Chemical Corporation, to its Board of Directors.
Bailey earned a BS degree from Mississippi State University in 1972, then worked on the family farm until 1977.
Bailey has served on the Board of Directors of Mississippi Chemical Corporation since 1978 and has served as Chairman since 1988.