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BOROUGH. An incorporated town; so called in the charter. It is less than a city. 1 Mann. & Gran. 1; 39 E. C. L. R. 323.

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Ben Stebbings (97) and Chris Buroughs (42) helped Brockhampton successfully chase down Attock's 197, which included knocks of 58 and 46 from Nasir Ali Khan and Sarfaz Ali.
Coalition forces have also exposed Iraqi civilians to significant "collateral damage" through the deployment of napalm-like Mark 77 firebombs (Buncombe, 2003; Ridha, 2004b) and the indiscriminate use of depleted uranium munitions that release dangerous radioactive debris in the short term (Miller, 2003; Buroughs, 2004) and pose long-term environmental hazards to people exposed to uranium-contaminated soil or water (Michalowski and Bitten, 2004).
Buroughs and Thompson examined the sexual orientation of anorexic and bulimic males and found that the prevalence of homosexuality in the sample population was significantly higher than that of the general male population.