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Baily

/ˈbeɪlɪ/
noun
1.
one of the largest craters on the moon, about 293 kilometres in diameter, lying in the SE quadrant
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  • At Natchez, baily organized a party which included the five "Dutchmen" whose horse boat had proved a failure.

    The Paths of Inland Commerce Archer B. Hulbert
  • Of the same eminent serjeant in his earlier years an Old baily story is told.

    Law and Laughter George Alexander Morton
  • If the story is correctly told baily must have enjoyed his statement that Gauss was "the oldest mathematician now living."

  • baily and Bradbury got off in season to join the Constitution, and to make the last cruise in her during this war.

    Ned Myers James Fenimore Cooper
  • She had left the select school with all the instructions of the Misses baily fairly hissing in her ears.

  • Many of Mr. baily's neighbors are members of the guerrilla bands, and all of them willing spies and informers.

    The Citizen-Soldier John Beatty
  • But I do not care so much for this, as I could buy the old birds dead at baily to make skeletons.

  • When Mr. baily laid them out on the ground, they at once crawled up together and made themselves into a sort of ball.

    The Children's Book of Birds Olive Thorne Miller
  • baily afterward became postmaster at Brownsville, and finally a member of the Fayette county, Pennsylvania, bar.

    The Old Pike Thomas B. Searight
  • That Mr. baily pursued the main route westward there can be no doubt.

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