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bailment,

n the delivery of personal property by one person to another in trust for a specific purpose with an expressed or implied contract that after the purpose has been fulfilled the property shall be returned, duly accounted for, or kept until reclaimed.
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Author Jonathan Bailor reveals a scientifically proven lifestyle for sustainable fat loss and health by eating more and exercising less - but smarter.
general stipulation that the bailor will indemnify him against all costs
In culling the literature and gathering the results of so many clinical studies, Bailor presents a program that is based on rigorous science.
We have a cross section of the community, so certainly we have individuals that use drugs or are intoxicated," Bailor says.
Bailor - Alma Lorene Bailor, 93, of Springfield, died March 21.
In an additional change, Steve Bailor, Managing Director, Information Management, is moving to the position of Managing Director-Finance for Madison River.
Wednesday, March 28, at Buell Funeral Chapel in Springfield for Alma Lorene Bailor of Springfield, who died March 21 of age-related causes.
The progress of this company over the last five years is truly amazing," says Frank Bailor, Managing Director at Wirsbo since 1992.
She was born March 23, 1921, in Eugene to Vivien and Annetta Withrow Bailor.
I'm absolutely thrilled to have him home," said Debbie Bailor, Chad's mother.
Survivors include a son, Richard, of Eugene; two daughters, Barbara Hedlund of Spokane and Pat Bailor of John Day; a sister, Evelyn Iverson of Glendora, Calif.
A private family memorial service will be held for Stanley Stewart Bailor of Eugene, who died Jan.