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British general in the American Revolution who captured Fort Ticonderoga but lost the battle of Saratoga in 1777 (1722-1792)

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Burgoyne, who the court heard had a record of violence and phone threats to ex-partners, was also ordered to carry out 300 hours' unpaid work.
Substitute Marlon Harewood - a replacement for the promising Tshimanga - was the next to go close, as Burgoyne somehow managed to bat away a couple of good chances.
Sellars was denied again by Burgoyne late on before Niall Mason made a crucial block from Regan Upton in stoppage time to prevent Wolves grabbing a share of the spoils.
Burgoyne also has offers from Italy, but has said he wants to play for the Devils next season.
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Paul Burgoyne does well with his small string and it would be no surprise if the six-year-old went close today.
However, for many readers, his recounting of the Ruiter families' experiences after the Burgoyne debacle through to the end of the war will be of greater interest.
Jeff Burgoyne broke the deadlock, flicking in Gerad Adams' feed during the second period.
DataCore Software partner Red Sky Solutions recommended DataCore and indeed DataCore went an extra step further than what we initially asked for -- allowing us to over-allocate or pre-allocate space, avoiding the problem of servers running out of disk space at critical times," said Randy Burgoyne, Information Technology Manager, CaseData.
Wayne Burgoyne, 47, had a dead buzzard, three swallows, a lapwing, a goldfinch and a pine marten in a deep-freezer at a house near Brechin, Angus, where he was living.
Dr Burgoyne told the British Association Festival of Science taking place at the University of Exetersocial changes may partly explain the trend.
Samuel Burgoyne and Stephen Baird made the grisly find on the banks of the River Clyde, the High Court in Glasgow heard.
But the Devils were largely penned back and had to rely on defenceman Jaff Burgoyne having two shots.
Himley captain Jim Mayer took centre stage, bowling through unchanged taking seven four 34 from 23 overs and being ably supported by James Burgoyne (3-36) as Harborne were bowled out for 109 in 45 overs.
Prior to joining DocuTech's sales team, Burgoyne worked as Dean of Recruitment and Sales for Stevens-Henager College, a private college in Logan, Utah.