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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | December 21, 2007
He was one cog in the Ravens' wheel of fortune, a role player who fit nicely on the most grudging defense in NFL history. Robert Bailey played one season in Baltimore and helped the Ravens win a championship. The team's nickel back - the fifth defensive back inserted on obvious passing downs - Bailey recovered a fumble in a 34-7 victory over the New York Giants in the Super Bowl in January 2001. Earlier, in the Ravens' AFC title game victory over the Oakland Raiders, he intercepted a pass.
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February 14, 2012
Gunpowder Falls State Park ranger Robert Bailey will lead a Mill Hike on Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Winter is the best time of year to see the ruins of mills that once operated along the Gunpowder Falls. The hike begins at the Paper Mill Road parking lot of the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail. Participants will visit the site of Ashland Furnace, an anthracite-fired furnace active in the mid-19th century, as well as other buildings from that same time period. Bailey will have old photographs showing the area in its prime.
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February 14, 2012
Gunpowder Falls State Park ranger Robert Bailey will lead a Mill Hike on Feb. 25 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Winter is the best time of year to see the ruins of mills that once operated along the Gunpowder Falls. The hike begins at the Paper Mill Road parking lot of the Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail. Participants will visit the site of Ashland Furnace, an anthracite-fired furnace active in the mid-19th century, as well as other buildings from that same time period. Bailey will have old photographs showing the area in its prime.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,Sun Reporter | December 21, 2007
He was one cog in the Ravens' wheel of fortune, a role player who fit nicely on the most grudging defense in NFL history. Robert Bailey played one season in Baltimore and helped the Ravens win a championship. The team's nickel back - the fifth defensive back inserted on obvious passing downs - Bailey recovered a fumble in a 34-7 victory over the New York Giants in the Super Bowl in January 2001. Earlier, in the Ravens' AFC title game victory over the Oakland Raiders, he intercepted a pass.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 15, 2001
After two high-profile strikes in free agency, the Ravens are in a holding pattern right now. Fresh off signing quarterback Elvis Grbac and right tackle Leon Searcy, the Ravens appear ready to take a breather from a buyer-friendly market. The Ravens have made weak-side linebacker Jamie Sharper their next priority but are in no rush to close a deal. Although both sides have reported progress in negotiations, Ravens coach Brian Billick said yesterday that no agreement is imminent. "We're at a point where we need to fully size up the situation both for them and us to make sure we're moving forward in a prudent manner," Billick said.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Staff | July 27, 2001
Hot spots After six months of celebrating, the Ravens are prepared to embark on another half-year journey. Their trip begins Monday when they open training camp at Western Maryland College. Their planned destination is Jan. 27, 2002, at the Super Bowl in New Orleans. When the defending Super Bowl champions suit up for the first practice of camp, they will take the field with more answers than questions, as well as a refreshed perspective on repeating. Their sixth training camp in Westminster will span 26 days and feature 33 practices.
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February 27, 2003
On February 24, 2003 DORTHELIOUS V. BAILEY devoted mother of Denise Dubin and Marion Johnson; beloved sister of Robert Bailey and Mamie Downey; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends. Family will receive friends on Friday at 11 a.m. at Nutter Funeral Home, Inc., 2501 Gwynns Falls Pkwy. with funeral services to follow. Interment King Memorial Park.
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March 6, 2007
On March 4, 2007, ALICE G. (nee Pretty) BAILEY, devoted mother of Robert Bailey, Linda Bonner, Cynthia Price, Barbara Law and the late George Bailey and Patricia Layton. Also survived by twelve grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, loving relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family-owned LILY AND ZEILER, INC., FUNERAL HOME, 1901 Eastern Ave. on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9pm. Interment private.
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By From Staff Reports | December 23, 1994
NEW YORK -- Robert Bailey scored 22 points to rally St. Francis, N.Y., past UMES, 78-74, in a men's basketball game at the Physical Education Center last night. The Terriers (1-2) were 1-26 last season.The Fighting Hawks (3-5) led by 13 points at halftime, but were outscored 49-32 by the Terriers (1-2) in the second half. Kenya Mobley scored 19 points for UMES and Aaron McKinney added 17.
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April 13, 2005
On Monday, April 11, 2005, SYLVIA SOLOMON (nee Rochkind); devoted wife of the late Adolphe "Bammie" Solomon; loving mother of Dr. Lawrence F. Solomon and Cynthia Portnoy and the late Major General USA Robert Bailey Solomon and Chase M. Solomon; adored mother-in-law of Bernice Solomon, Ruth Solomon, Kenneth Portnoy and the late Francis Solomon; beloved sister of the late Emmanuel Rochkind, Leon Rochkind, Joseph Rochkind and Irene Rochkind; loving grandmother...
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,Sun Staff | July 27, 2001
Hot spots After six months of celebrating, the Ravens are prepared to embark on another half-year journey. Their trip begins Monday when they open training camp at Western Maryland College. Their planned destination is Jan. 27, 2002, at the Super Bowl in New Orleans. When the defending Super Bowl champions suit up for the first practice of camp, they will take the field with more answers than questions, as well as a refreshed perspective on repeating. Their sixth training camp in Westminster will span 26 days and feature 33 practices.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 15, 2001
After two high-profile strikes in free agency, the Ravens are in a holding pattern right now. Fresh off signing quarterback Elvis Grbac and right tackle Leon Searcy, the Ravens appear ready to take a breather from a buyer-friendly market. The Ravens have made weak-side linebacker Jamie Sharper their next priority but are in no rush to close a deal. Although both sides have reported progress in negotiations, Ravens coach Brian Billick said yesterday that no agreement is imminent. "We're at a point where we need to fully size up the situation both for them and us to make sure we're moving forward in a prudent manner," Billick said.
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