bailliage


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bailliage

(ˈbeɪlɪɪdʒ)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) obsolete the office or district of a bailiff
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the office or district of a foreign bailli or prefect
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Chaine Manila holds grand diner amical !-- -- The Manila Bailliage of the prestigious Chaane des Ra'tisseurs celebrated its 47th anniversary with a grand diner amicalat the brand new, eye-catching Grand Hyatt in Fort Bonifacio.
Federico 'Freddie' Borromeo was the very happy and busy Bailli of the Bailliage de Manille, with his pretty wife Josephine assisting him.
Robert Weener visited NHI in his role as the Bailli Delegue for the Bailliage du Sultanat d' Oman also known as the Chaine De Rotisseurs.
Opitz is fluent in English and German and is a member of several international hospitality associations, including the Confrerie de la Chaine des Rotisseurs Bailliage De Singapore.
Yet, notably, most of the witnesses from Levy's village of Boulay testified in his favour: during the initial hearing at the bailliage court, two cobblers and a miller claimed to have seen and traveled with Levy between Metz and Boulay the afternoon the young boy went missing.
Galien avocat du roi au bailliage es presidial de Chateauthieri: fils de l'auteur" (catalog number RES Z-3253).
The ChaEne des RE[sup.3]tisseurs is organised internationally in nat- ional, provincial and local bailliages. A national bailliage denotes a country, a provincial bailliage a region within a country and a local bailliage, a city or town within the national or provincial bailliage.
(50) See Theodore Evergates, Feudal Society in the Bailliage of Troyes Under the Counts of Champagne, 1152-1284 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975), pp.