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Bailie
Bailie Bail"ie, n. [See Bailiff.] An officer in Scotland, whose office formerly corresponded to that of sheriff, but now corresponds to that of an English alderman.

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- David Bailie (born 4 December 1937) is an English actor, known for his performances on stage, television and film. In the 1960s and 1970s he worked for...
- A bailie or baillie is a civic officer in the local government of Scotland. The position arose in the burghs, where bailies formerly held a post similar...
- Bailie Jaye Key (born 16 March 1999) is a retired American artistic gymnast. She was a member of the gold-medal-winning team at the 2014 Pacific Rim Championships...
- Bailie Robin Bailie Kevin Bailie Colin Bailie James Bailie David Bailie Sandra Bailie Thomas Bailie William Bailie Sally A. Bailie Helen Tufts Bailie...
- and the hundred courts. Likewise, in Scotland a bailie was the chief officer of a barony (baron bailie), and in the Channel Islands they were the prin****l...
- Noel Bailie MBE (born 23 February 1971) is a former semi-professional footballer from Northern Ireland who spent his entire career playing for Linfield...
- Bailie Nicol Jarvie (colloquially BNJ) is a brand of whisky which was blended by The Glenmorangie Company in Scotland and has now been discontinued. It...
- (12): 1351–52. doi:10.1038/70913. PMID 10581070. S2CID 5065916. Pettit D, Bailie J (2008). A Cruel Wind: Pandemic Flu in America, 1918–1920. Murfreesboro...
- John Alexander Hope (Kim) Bailie was a world authority on the structural dynamics of submarine-launched ballistic rockets. Bailie was born in Johannesburg...
- William Bailie (died c. 1648) was a native of Ayrshire, Scotland. In 1610, under the Ulster Plantation, William was given a grant of 1,000 acres (4.0 km2)...
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