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a place used as an animal's dwelling

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a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter

move through by or as by digging

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Opening the ports, run jointly by both Greek and Turkish Cypriots under the supervision of the EU or the UN, would dramatically help to support, financially, a reunited Cyprus," Burrowes said.
This decision leaves the treaty in need of reform and it was not surprising that a statement was made on doing this," said Burrowes.
In a wide ranging debate covering issues such as missing persons, Famagusta, religious and cultural heritage and hydrocarbons, David Burrowes drew attention to the damaging comments of President Erdogan about "two founding states" and said "they do not constitute a solution but a perpetuation of the division of Cyprus.
Survivors include a daughter, Anne Burrowes of Eugene; and a sister, Lora George of Ely, Nev.
McKinnon's MP David Burrowes has described the new medical evidence as
Since then he has worked with a host of established UK artists (Kele Le Roc, Johnny Douglas and Darren Hayes) and has welcomed interest from respected US music industry execs namely Kirk Burrowes, former manager for Mary J Blige and part-owner of hip hop empire Bad Boys Inc.
Inside the tiny control room at BG studios in Flatbush, Brooklyn, Gize Burrowes points toward the closet vocal booth and says, "That's where I did 'Mad Again.
TWO of the greatest talents ever to work for the Sunday Mail passed away last week - John Burrowes who founded The Judge column and Andy Allan, our first staff photographer.
But earlier this year he narrowly lost his seat to Tory candidate David Burrowes
Alistair Burrowes, 18, of Belmont Gardens, Haydon Bridge, admitted snatching the gift.
TAMARA BURROWES KNOWS WHAT IT MEANS TO BE down on your luck and short on cash: A personal injury in 1988 left her unemployed and on hard financial times.
In 1992, Belcourt became a vocal coach at the University of Saskatoon, where he was joined by current wife, Irish soprano Norma Burrowes, and their children.
Mark Passion" is performed by Rogers Covey-Crump, Gordon Jones, Connor Burrowes and David James with Roy Goodman conducting the European Union Baroque Orchestra.
This book is an examination of the 1994 civil war by five international experts on the area: Robert Burrowes, Paul Dresch, Charles Dunbar, Michael Hudson, and Mark Katz.