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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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This tame ending bored Bailey, and he drifted away from us, but David still walked by my side, and he was grown so quiet that I knew a storm was brewing.
Western news continued vague, for Fan's general inquiries produced only provokingly unsatisfactory replies from Tom, who sang the praises of "the beautiful Miss Bailey," and professed to be consumed by a hopeless passion for somebody, in such half-comic, half-tragic terms, that the girls could not decide whether it was "all that boy's mischief," or only a cloak to hide the dreadful truth.
"We 'll have it out of him when he comes home in the spring," said Fanny to Polly, as they compared the letters of their brothers, and agreed that "men were the most uncommunicative and provoking animals under the sun." For Ned was so absorbed in business that he ignored the whole Bailey question and left them in utter darkness.
He turns to Gentleman,' he went on rapidly, 'and he says, "Bailey, I owe it all to you, because if you hadn't told me to insult her folks--"'
In 2008, the Baileys sold nearly all of the company's assets to their son's company.
"As I sit in the backseat of baileys pop pops car as we get to the cemetery and pick out a plot and now head to the funeral home to discuss the process of the funeral I want to ask for everyone's help to pray and support baileys family!" the post read.
However, the Baileys have provided a basic introduction that should be in every parish library.
On appeal the Baileys asserted that the city was attempting to exercise its power of eminent domain to take their property and package it with adjacent parcels of land for sale to private developers.
THE Irish are slowing down on drinking the traditional pints of Guinness, but increasing consumption of the whiskey and cream based Baileys, according to new figures.
The Baileys had never been approached by Lenhart, the city of Mesa, or any of the other investors about selling their property before or during the process in which the city issued its request for proposals to redevelop the site.
WE all know that a glass of Baileys over ice is definitely pure indulgence, but have you ever tried adding it to baked chocolate cheesecake, Irish cream truffles, or even fillet of seabass?