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Bailiwick

The administrative term for the jurisdictions of Guernsey and Jersey, which are areas outside the United Kingdom belonging to the British Crown and in most ways subject to the United Kingdom. The term derives from a medieval jurisdiction presided over by a type of medieval sheriff's deputy. A bailiwick is headed by a bailiff.
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COCs have already been canvassed in known Marcos bailiwicks in the so-called Solid North like Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur, where the son and namesake of the late dictator has received 298,786 and 316,121 votes respectively, over Robredo's 3,704 and 14,140.
We wonder why Gunigundo did not win even in his bailiwick in District 2, Ramon Robina, Gunigundo's media officer, told the Inquirer.
It seems like they are pushing through with their Plan B because they are blocking some votes from my bailiwick to show that Cong.
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