- n. Plural form of bailiff.
“The consumer products financed by credit have also gone now that the jobs have gone and the bailiffs are a knocking at the door.”
“The justiciary nobles retained their judges, often called bailiffs, until the”
“There is the same Receiver-General of quit-rents, and the same local collectors, though not called bailiffs; the same system of land grants and quit-rents; and the same Escheator.”
“I know more about football than high finance but the gist appeared to be 'if we keep winning stuff - which is likely if our ageing manager doesn't retire - we can pay you back; if he quits, and we don't win stuff, you may need to call the bailiffs'.”
“Murray said he didn't believe the account, saying Carlson never called bailiffs as he was required.”
“Do you think he wakes at 5am, shitting it that the bailiffs will be there at 11 to take away his new Nissan?”
“How well he emphasized with a despairing moan the word "bailiffs," so as to convey the feeling of all the sinister formalities that would follow: bills protested, an execution, the royal hearth desecrated, the family turned out of doors.”
“As a matter of course, councils contact people a number of times before starting legal proceedings or calling the bailiffs, "Sir Jeremy stated.”
“Jan Brewer, and court staffers ranging from bailiffs and clerks to judges who came from across the state.”
“Either she pays back the money or goes with the bailiffs.”
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