American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bailey, Nathan or Nathaniel Died 1742. British lexicographer whose Universal Etymological English Dictionary, first published in 1721, was used as a reference by Samuel Johnson and was the first English dictionary to treat etymology consistently.
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“Bailey has also led Tasmania to the top of the Ryobi Cup table and third on the Sheffield Shield table, within striking distance of a place in the final to defend the title Bailey's team won last year.”
“Kay Bailey is my Senator, although I have consistently voted against her.”
“Kay Bailey is a lot better, but how can you support anyone who is endorsed by the evil criminal mastermind Dick Cheney.”
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“It might generate a much shorter list to ask, putting aside the timeframes which environmentalists generally did get wrong (and which Bailey is still harping upon, to less and less avail, except to the chowderheads in Congress), which of their predictions are NOT likely to come true.”
“It kind of reminds me, though, of the movie "It's a Wonderful Life" because, as you recall, in the movie, George Bailey is shown what his hometown would have looked like had he not lived, and things were pretty tough.”
“As you are certainly well aware, and as Captain Bailey will certainly attest, before any classified operations may be undertaken, a man must first successfully complete the totally unclassified BUD/S Training program; the names of all those who successfully graduate from that training program are compiled in the SEAL database.”
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