bailiwick


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a sphere of activity, experience, study, or interest

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The UK's ratification of the 1988 UN Drug Convention was extended to include the Bailiwick in 2002; its ratification of the UN Convention against Corruption was extended to include Guernsey in 2009; its ratification of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism was extended to Guernsey in 2008; and its ratification of the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime was extended to include Guernsey in 2014.
Too darn good to just go away after plans for Broadway fell through, but too much of a controversial hot potato for commercial theaters or big, donor-driven nonprofits, this startlingly pleasurable collision of musical sophislication and pop culture vulgarity finally lands on American shores in a creditable production at Chicago's small, non-Equity Bailiwick Rep.
Along with the Bailiwick of Guernsey it forms the grouping known as the Channel Islands.
FINDING the perfect gift or something special for the home has never been easy but lifestyle is made simple at Bailiwick in Troon.
This time, they must enter Bailiwick Castle, the stronghold Dally Rumpe has seized and filled with his dangerous minions.
All airlines that fly out of the Bailiwick of Guernsey are regulated by the island's governing body but the same authorities also own the Aurigny airline.
Editing (of behavior or material) wasn't Warhol's bailiwick.
Tyneandthyneagain and Magical Bailiwick, first and second in last month's Skybet Chase at Doncaster, will lock horns once again, while What Odds is the sole Irish challenger.
MAGICAL BAILIWICK can shine on his first attempt beyond four miles to land the Tote Eider Chase (3.
Henry Oliver, enjoying his biggest win, always had the nine-year-old racing in touch as Tonoco and Magical Bailiwick contested the lead in the three-mile event.
Robbery, theft and other street crimes are the bailiwick of the young and undereducated.
Prestbury Park was in fact where Bee An Bee last ran and he was not out of it when falling four from home in a race won by Magical Bailiwick who, in light of subsequent exploits, was thrown in at the weights that day.
TONY McCOY rode the 2,000th winner of his career in Britain when Magical Bailiwick - trained by Martin Pipe - won the Connaught Cup Handicap Chase at Wincanton.
Martin Pipe, for whom the fog cleared in time for him to register his 100th winner of the season as 9-2 chance Magical Bailiwick took the opening contest.
Here her analysis is most surefooted as she discusses late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century fiction, Benedict's professional bailiwick.