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These sorts of transgressions often landed prostitutes and brothel-keepers in trouble with the law, and van der Pol also draws heavily on legal documents, especially Confession Books, to reconstruct conflicts between the worlds of the burgher and the whore.
The groomsmen were Mark Newman Adcock; Daniel Baker Benefield, Cedric Waggoner Burgher III, cousin of the bride; Jack Thornton Burgher, cousin of the bride; Sean Philip Douglas; Michael Ryan Horne; Benjamin David James; Nicholas Barranco Jew; Matthew Wallace Monsour; Dakota Jasper Moore; Walker Palmer Roberts; William Michael Russ; brother of the groom; Philip Anthony Sandifer, David Lee Traxler III; and Clark Randall Zelenka.
in person; here, too, the tragic burghers of Calais,
Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917), detail of Eustache de Saint-Pierre from The Burghers of Calais, modeled 1884-95, this cast 1895; bronze, 82 1/2" (209.
The Presbyterian minister who was the focus of MacGregor's polemic, Daniel Cock, was a Burgher Seceder from Scotland whose flock included Scots-Irish from New Hampshire who had brought their slaves with them to Nova Scotia.
She traces the motivations and involvement of rising and falling kings, the nascent but already powerful burgher class, and the pitiable and often-confused common folk, all of whom became involved in pitched battles that ranged from Italy to Sweden and reflected a new type of comprehensive and modern war.
Dunlop also made it to the pairs final with Noble ( but the South Shields pair of John Kelso and John Burgher put a dent in his plans for a title hat-trick by defeating the Hebburn pair by three shots.
RAQ222) CEDRIC BURGHER - THE HALLIBURTON COMPANY (HAL).
The deal represents the largest single contract ever awarded to Raytheon's EW business, according to Tom Burgher, the company's director of advanced countermeasures programs.
Caught up in these feelings evoked by the Burghers, one begins to notice the dramatic effect of their grouping and the relationship of each Burgher to the others.
This is more so with those writers where a specific life, a particular predicament, and resulting experience compel the work, as is the case with Jean Arasanayagam, nee Solomons, a Sri Lankan of Dutch Burgher descent (see WLT 71:3, pp.
Only in this chapter can we peer into the inner dynamics, including the hierarchical structure and the tensions, that Blickle elsewhere obliterates with his overblithe application of such terms as common man, commune, and burgher.