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OUTRIDERS, Eng. law. Bailiffs errant, employed by the sheriffs and their deputies, to ride to the furthest places of their counties or hundreds to summon such as they thought good, to attend their county or hundred court.

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Accidents are not common, but when they do occur it's the head outrider's job to control the panic before everything escalates.
Outrider Journal Publisher Jason Black added, “We offered every subscriber a full refund, but some chose to leave their subscriptions with us.
Under the partnership Outrider will function as a global provider of Inktomi search engine submissions.
Alliant, when contacted by JED, declined to disclose any details regarding its proposal, although sources indicated that Alliant is offering its Outrider system.
For instance, after the smaller and less complex "Outrider" system made a disappointing maiden flight in March -- four months behind schedule because of a series of mishaps -- Pentagon officials gave the program 60 days to prove itself or join the graveyard of failed UAV projects.
Among Stow's books of poetry are Act One (1957), Outrider (1962), and A Counterfeit Silence (1969).
The wounded Police Outrider, Sergeant Atsu Sekeh, who was ambushed by unknown gunmen over the weekend, has been transferred from the Tema General Hospital to the Ridge Hospital in Accra
Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Osman Sapian stopped his vehicle along Jalan Pematang 5 in Kempas Baru here to render aid to his police outrider who met with an accident.
Hope that Wike would vote was initially raised at about 1:30 p.m when the governor's outrider and other vehicles in his convoy were approaching the polling unit.
The new facility would include the company's existing USD5.0 million working capital facility offered by an associate of Outrider Management LLC.
He said he had asked for a police escort from the ground and had been accompanied by an outrider after leaving the ground and driving to a nearby roundabout.