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Baylis

(ˈbeɪlɪs)
n
1. (Biography) Lillian Mary. 1874–1937, British theatre manager: founded the Old Vic (1912) and the Sadler's Wells company for opera and ballet (1931)
2. (Biography) Trevor (Graham). born 1937, British inventor of the clockwork radio (1992)
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Battle Primary School in Kensington Road is about to be taken over by Baylis Court Academy Trust.
THE death has been announced of the inventor of the wind-up radio, Trevor Baylis, at the age of 80.
Mr Baylis, who was awarded a CBE for services to intellectual property in 2015 and was a honorary professor at Cardiff University's School of Journalism, had been seriously debilitated, having suffered from Crohn's disease, he added.
Evan Baylis is used to waiting for his opportunities.
CRob - aka actor Marc Baylis - swapped his prison overalls for frills and fancy footwear when he took a bow for his new role in this year's production, Cinderella.
LILIAN BAYLIS should find the return to 10 furlongs in her favour as she tackles the EBF / Family Friendly Gatwick Airport Fillies' Handicap at Brighton.
Marc Baylis, who's played Rob for the last two-and-a-half years, couldn't wait to film the dramatic scenes, which see Rob fleeing his wedding to go on the run from the police.
"Our job was to raise awareness within the mainstream: people who are into everyday technology, design and interiors," said Chris Baylis, executive creative director at Iris.
Marc Baylis, who plays Rob, said he was relieved when his character was finally identified as the killer after viewers saw Tina - played by Michelle Keegan - get pushed from a balcony in the episode.
"We wanted to see if there was more integration in the markets since the 2002 reforms," said Kathy Baylis in a press release.
Richard Batstone, Janice Baylis, Janice Clarke, Eunice Diver, Marion Fisher, Doris Francis, Robert Garner, Brenda Gaylard, John Hallissey, George Holliman and Janet Jenks were recognised by NHS Blood and Transplant for reaching either 75 or 100 blood donations each.