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bailiwick

Law the area over which a bailiff has jurisdiction
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The proposed changes include the removal of all controls over the quantities in which the majority of pre-packed foods can be packed, changes to the rules relating to pre-packed and unwrapped bread, the introduction of 2/3 pint as a legal measure for the sale of draught beer and cider, the introduction of metric units and quantities to bring the law up-to-date and the removal of controls on pre-packed liquor produced for duty free sale outside the Bailiwick or the EU.
The Bailiwick has been actively involved in the provision of formal mutual legal assistance for many years.
The island of Alderney is also part of the bailiwick.
Considered a perk for active members, the magazine falls under the bailiwick of Traci Navarre, Director of Marketing and Member Benefits.
THE BAILIWICK of Guernsey and the UK government have signed a tax information sharing agreement.
Other praised productions were Les Miserables at Marriott Theatre, The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Bailiwick Repertory Theatre and Ella at Northlight Theatre.
According to the company, MyZone service is available to all subscribers of Jersey Telecom and Bailiwick of Guernsey's Wave Telecom and provides local and international news, music tracks, albums, mobile ringtones, wallpapers and games.
CHICAGO A Bailiwick Repertory presentation of a musical in two acts with music by Richard Thomas, book and lyrics by Stewart Lee and Thomas.
And if you're a self-described "health-food guy," your bailiwick is the stuff we eat.
Paulson's portfolio is bulging with issues that once were in the bailiwick of other Bush officials.
The Bailiwick of Jersey is a British Crown dependency off the coast of Normandy, France.
This is a separate entity from city government and is not in his bailiwick.