While the dispute had dragged out, Wheeler's attorney Bayard Marin said, "There were no Jerry Springer moments."
Maybe keeping someone like Bayard Rustin in the shadows seemed to make sense at the time, but no one can argue that now.
It was Lancelot after the tournament, Bayard receiving felicitations after the battle.
Dr. Bayard drew back his chair an inch or two, but made no apology.
It made me feel ashamed to be alive—in such a world—why, Mr. Bayard!
Let Bayard Taylor paint the result of this fearful struggle.
Bayard Taylor translates: Encheiresin naturae, this Chemistry names, nor knows how herself she banters and blames!
Mme. Constantin and the others had gathered closer to where Bayard sat.
When the fighting was over, Bayard said: "Gentlemen, we really must take that castle with all the spoils in it."
But it isn't fair to Uncle Bayard for me to be away any longer.
generic or mock-heroic name for a horse, mid-14c., from Old French Baiard, name of the bay-colored magic steed given by Charlemagne to Renaud in the legends, from Old French baiart "bay-colored" (see bay (adj.)). Also by early 14c. proverbial as a blind person or thing, for now-unknown reasons. The name later was used attributively of gentlemen of courage and integrity, in this sense from Pierre du Terrail, seigneur de Bayard (1473-1524), French knight celebrated as Chevalier sans peur et sans reproche. The surname is perhaps in reference to hair color.