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

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Burgh started on the front foot as they piled the pressure on struggling Saltcoats in the opening stages.
De Burgh is a bit naff - of this there is no doubt - but he does have a knack for a catchy tune and an engaging story-lyric.
Government commissioners, sitting at Parliament House, Edinburgh, approved the Stirling Burgh extension order following a four-day inquiry.
The Maxwelltown burgh centenary was in 1910, Maxwelltown was praised as being at the forefront of Scottish municipal and social change.
On the stroke of half-time, McKenna threaded a fine pass to Kane, whose close-range shot was smothered by the Burgh keeper.
Chris De Burgh will perform at Al Majaz Amphitheatre in Sharjah on April 20.
Vitol and Burgh Group Holdings have taken over Optimum Coal Terminal (OCT), a 7.6% holder in South Africa's Richards Bay Coal Terminal (RBCT), from Tegeta Exploration and Resources for an undisclosed amount.
South African rental firm Burgh Plant Hire from has become the first customer to place an order for not just one but three of the Volvo A60H articulated haulers debuted by Volvo Construction Equipment (CE) at the Bauma 2016 industry exhibition in Munich, Germany.
Born in Acre, she is commonly referred to as Elizabeth de Burgh, due to her first marriage to John de Burgh.
But Burgh equalised 10 minutes later through Scott Fowlie's delightful chip.
PUMPHERSTON 3 MUSSELBURGH 0 KALLUM McAULEY admits his Pumpherston team-mates were determined to pull off a Scottish Cup upset after being labelled a pub team by 2011 finalists Burgh.
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.