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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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"You sabbe talkee talkee, then you bail water plenty plenty.
To make matters serious, during all the excitement of boarding the junks the Reindeer had not been bailed, and the water was beginning to slush over the cockpit floor.
"And if you'll give me your revolver, I'll have the Reindeer bailed out in a jiffy."
If it was not you who bailed me out of prison, it must have been she.
"I shouldn't even dare to get bail for you--why, I might ruin myself for life!"
"I could have your bail reduced; and then if you had the money you could pay it and skip."
So the bail was reduced to three hundred dollars, and Harper went on it himself; he did not tell this to Jurgis, however--nor did he tell him that when the time for trial came it would be an easy matter for him to avoid the forfeiting of the bail, and pocket the three hundred dollars as his reward for the risk of offending Mike Scully!
The bail required was offered, and accepted immediately.
The news of my being free on bail would reach Sir Percival, to an absolute certainty, before night.
33rd Street Bail Bonds is located at 2480 33rd Street in Orlando, Florida 32839, just minutes from the Orange County Jail.
He said denying the accused bail would come at a cost to government if it resulted in the rise in the costs of maintaining prison facilities, the cost of building more prisons, suspects who got acquitted and sued government as well as the material costs of keeping people in remand bearing in mind that the courts were clogged with cases.
Ismail had approached the IHC for pre-arrest bail. His plea was heard by a division bench comprising Chief Justice Athar Minallah and Mohsin Akhtar Kayani Miftah Ismail's counsel took the stance that the anti-graft agency is misusing its authority which will be considered as dishonesty.