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... In 1938, it was renamed Bailey Memorial Avenue in honour of John Frederick Bailey, Queensland Botantist and curator of the Botanic Gardens ... renaming it had been proposed back in 1938 when the Bailey Memorial Avenue was proposed ...
... Robert Sherwood (Bob) Bailey (born October 13, 1942 in Long Beach, California) is an American former third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Pittsburgh ... Bailey attended Wilson Classical High School where he was the 1961 CIF Baseball Player of the Year ... In a 17-season career, Bailey posted a.257 batting average with 189 home runs and 773 RBI in 1931 games played ...
... William Newman Bailey settled a ranch and built a stage station known as Bailey's Ranch in 1864 ... The Baileys built a hotel at the station, and the town eventually became known as Bailey ... The Denver South Park Railroad reached Bailey in 1878, and the Bailey Post Office opened on November 20, 1878 ...
... Bailey appeared as Michelle Corrigan in the BBC's soap opera Doctors ... Bailey revealed on her BBC profile for Doctors that when she was shopping with co-star Martha Howe-Douglas who played Donna Parmar, the two were stopped by a man who showed ... Bailey said, that the man "wouldn't believe that they didn't work in a surgery" ...
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From North and from South, come the pilgrim and guest,
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The old broken links of affection restored,
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—Pearl Bailey (19181990)