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use "bailiwick" in a sentence

Berry joked to CNN that in this case, 'the President sends,' was a bit out of my bailiwick.

The Bernese bailiwick castle and the castle grounds are still privately owned.

Lacking bailiwick citizenship and virtually without rights were the tenants.

Alderney is part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey but is largely self-governing.

Hefenhofen was a fief of the Abbey of Saint Gall and until the 17th Century it was part of the Bailiwick of H


Illighausen was originally owned by the Bishop of Constance and from the Middle Ages until 1798 was part of the Bishop's bailiwick of Eggen.

The bailiwick lessees promoted a much less regulated market than that f

ound in boroughs elsewhere.

The Bailiwick Road bridge in town was closed in April 2007 and remained closed as of August 2007 due to storm damage.

Each bailiwick has possessed its own bailiff since the islands were divided

into two jurisdictions in the 13th century.

Her representative in the Bailiwick is the Lieutenant Governor, Lieutenant General Andrew Ridgway who has little but a token involvement in politics.

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