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Baillie

(ˈbeɪlɪ)
n
(Biography) Dame Isobel. 1895–1983, British soprano
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Famed 2012 canoer Tim Baillie praised students from Moor End Academy in Crosland Moor, who have been involved in the British Olympic and British Paralympic Association Youth Engagement Programme.
Asset management company Baillie Gifford, oil producer Dragon Oil's largest independent investor, said an increased takeover offer from majority owner Emirates National Oil Co (Enoc) 'materially undervalued' the company.
Alan Baillie, 27, threatened the Dublinborn striker during a conversation about football on Twitter last August.
Stephen Burke, 49, has met with civic leaders after his 17-year-old daughter, Sarah, was knocked down and killed last year by off-duty cabbie David Baillie.
David Baillie had been granted a licence to drive a taxi despite having a shocking history of motoring offences.
John Hancock Investments has hired Baillie Gifford Overseas Limited ( Baillie Gifford ) to manage the John Hancock Select Growth Fund (Class A ticker: RGROX), formerly known as the John Hancock Rainier Growth Fund.
Judge Peter Carr said Philip Baillie got "rather more than he bargained for" when the 78-year-old hit him with the stick.
Baillie wrote The Bride at the prompting of Sir Alexander Johnston, a British colonial official, who suggested that she compose a drama to be translated into "Cingalese" and staged in "Ceylon" to serve for the moral improvement of the natives of the island.
Jackie Baillie, the party's social justice spokeswoman, said an announcement on scrapping the Tory tax if Labour win the next election would be made "relatively soon".
CHICAGO, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Harbor Funds Board of Trustees has appointed Baillie Gifford Overseas Limited as subadviser to Harbor International Growth Fund effective May 21, 2013.
Kris Baillie is a 30-something ironworker from Molalla, Ore.
Baillie and Stott were first to go in the final and set the fastest time of the day, roared on by a capacity crowd of British canoe fans.