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BURGH. A borough; (q. v.) a castle or town.

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Ticket to see Chris De Burgh and Najwa Karam & Melhem Zain begin at Dh105.
However, an injury to Ross McWilliams forced the Burgh man off to be replaced by Martin Byrne after just 20 minutes.
This is a major step forward for the Burgh Group," said Burgh CEO Quinton van der Burgh.
It was ultimately not long before Burgh Plant Hire placed the first order, alongside an order for a Volvo EC950E excavator - another model unveiled at Bauma, and one that likewise represents a new size class for Volvo CE in its respective product category.
The match went to a replay, which Johnstone Burgh won 3-0 after a 1-1 draw in the first match.
But Burgh equalised 10 minutes later through Scott Fowlie's delightful chip.
SINGER Chris de Burgh is to pay a moving tribute to a Hillsborough victim who idolised him.
A GROUP of students stranded in Argentina after blagging a trip for a charity contest were last night flown home by Chris de Burgh.
5 ( ANI ): South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh partied like crazy after setting a new world record time of 58.
South African swimmer Cameron van der Burgh, 24, set a new world record for the men's 100-meter breaststroke at the 2012 London Olympic Games.
With the lights dimmed De Burgh burst out of a side entrance and waded his way through the aisles - stopping to kiss women who were lunging involuntary in his direction.
The burgh of Tain, in Easter Ross, emerged as a pilgrimage destination in the 14th century, and has a history as a recognized sanctuary, a royal burgh, a principle town of the north, a cultural and business center in the 18th and 19th centuries, and home to the well respected Tain Academy.