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bayle

The open space contained between the first and second walls of a fortified castle; a bailey, 1.
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His topics include Pierre Bayle (1647-1706) and Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536): the politics of appropriation, Dutch Cartesianism and the advent of Newtonianism, Frans Hemsterhuis: the philosopher as escape artist, tolerating Turks: perceptions of Islam in the Dutch Republic, and Baruch Spinoza's life: 1677-1802.
The girl privileged to become queen would be the most prized girl of the bayle that night.
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I don't 999 dRaMa: tamzin Bayle thing I'll do lads' mags again." Gemma did appear topless in a lesbian scene with Jaime Winstone in Brit film Boogie Woogie in 2009 but has otherwise kept her kit on.
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This may be attributed to the solid growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) of some African countries, CEO Gerard Bayle said.