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Definition of Water bailiff

Water bailiff
Water bailiff Wa"ter bail"iff An officer of the customs, whose duty it is to search vessels. [Eng.]

Meaning of Water bailiff from wikipedia

- A water bailiff is a law-enforcement officer responsible for the policing of bodies of water, such as a river, lake or coast. The position has existed...
- A bailiff (from Middle English baillif, Old French baillis, bail "custody, charge, office"; cf. bail, based on the adjectival form, baiulivus, of Latin...
- eccentric Gordon Shoals, who claims the monster is his property; and the Water Bailiff, who is highly protective of the legend, and tries to repeatedly sabotage...
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- a large "beast" or "whale-like fish". The article by Alex Campbell, water bailiff for Loch Ness and a part-time journalist, discussed a sighting by Aldie...
- the position of water bailiff was created to regulate the Cape Cod Fisheries. Thomas Paine was appointed as the first water bailiff. The law required...
- custody and security officer Prison officer Tipstaff Traffic warden Water bailiff Wildlife inspector Concepts Chief police officer Police and crime commissioner...
- custody and security officer Prison officer Tipstaff Traffic warden Water bailiff Wildlife inspector Concepts Chief police officer Police and crime commissioner...
- have access to a wide range of weapons, which include firearms, CS spray, water cannon, attenuating energy projectiles and tasers. A category of the volunteer...
- custody and security officer Prison officer Tipstaff Traffic warden Water bailiff Wildlife inspector Concepts Chief police officer Police and crime commissioner...
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