Baily


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Baily

(ˈbeɪlɪ)
n
(Celestial Objects) one of the largest craters on the moon, about 293 kilometres in diameter, lying in the SE quadrant
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Here, let one of the maids go down and wake Baily and tell him to go for Dr.
She's too good for a dairymaid--I said so the very first day I zid her--and a prize for any man; and what's more, a wonderful woman for a gentleman-farmer's wife; he won't be at the mercy of his baily wi' her at his side."
The host's name was Harry Baily, a big man and jolly fellow who dearly loved a joke.
Bradley Baily, 18, bought vodka and scratchcards with the card in an act of "stupidity" after getting hold of the stolen card on June 19.
The court was told Baily, of Cobham Place, Newcastle, had been pressured into making around [pounds sterling]60 of purchases.
Dolores Baily from Canada took the plunge and boarded a flight to Australia to meet her longtime friend Lyn Carpenter.
We know that the compromises in the Prespa agreement aren't easy but this is truly a historic chance for Macedonia and the region which is going to lead to a safer, more secure and more prosperous future, said US Ambassador Jess Baily in his New Year interview with the Macedonian Language Service of the Voice of America.
Baily, Executive Director of the Association of Independent Maryland & DC Schools, says that one of the great strengths of independent schools is their robust financial aid programs.
Martin Baily, one of the vendors of AG Signs, joins Grafenia as regional director of the main operating company in the group.
Assistant Superintendent for Development Joe Sekpeh, says the seventy feet (70ft) baily bridge is currently under construction over Gbatue River before entering Grandcess city where a referral hospital Rally Town, is situated.
1715 - Edmund Halley observes total eclipse phenomenon "Baily's Beads"