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BURGOMASTER. In Germany this is, the title by which an officer who performs the duties of a mayor is, called.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The brown, the black, the Burgomaster, the breakfast, and the ray of yellow light, all came clean off together in considerably less than a minute of time.
I got my money, and began enthusiastically on another Rembrandt--"A Burgomaster's Wife Poking the Fire." Last time, the chiar'oscuro of the master had been yellow and black, this time it was to be red and black.
I may, however, harmlessly admit that my Rembrandt was to be of the small or cabinet size, and that, as there was a run on Burgomasters just then, my subject was naturally to be of the Burgomaster sort.
Then he remembered in a flash what the Burgomaster gull had screamed to him when he was a little yearling at Walrus Islet, and he tumbled backward in the water, for he knew that he had found Sea Cow at last.
The burgomaster had advanced ideas in the ship-owning line.
The Mayor had already been to Zutphen to plant a tree, and the end of the week saw a return ceremony in the grounds of Shrewsbury Library with the planting of another tree - a tulip tree - by Councillor Richards and the Dutch Burgomaster, Mr Jan de Vries.
Tim also brought Hammer film veteran Michael Gough out of retirement to play Notary Hardenbrook and cast Sir Christopher Lee as Burgomaster in the movie.
A burgomaster's son or a royal councilor's child could not have slept more snugly.
Low volume high-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become popular since it has been shown to result in increased aerobic and anaerobic performance (Burgomaster et al.
O Sprint Interval Training (SIT) e um modelo de HIIT caracterizado por sessoes seguidas de esforcos breves e intensos, intercalados por pausas longas (Burgomaster, Heigenhauser e Gibala, 2006).