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to place a burden or heavy load on

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From left, James Player, Craig <BCurrie and Lex Cumber
Cumber with McPherson to observe the volunteers' efforts.
Cumber analyzes each Leone film separately, and then underlines the themes and visions that are common to all.
The family, from Cumber auld in Lanarkshire, described the incident as "like two five-year-olds having an argument".
The nation is fortunate that Sada Cumber is willing to serve in this important position.
This is a largely unrecognised problem that is costing some operators dearly in higher fuel bills," says Richard Cumber, Steam System Conditioning Manager, Spirax Sarco.
From My People: 400 Years of African American Folklore Edited by Daryl Cumber Dance W.
In race one Anderson was the clear winner from local rider Adam Lyons from Castledearg with Cumber rider Paul Merton in third place.
Under the current procedure, the examiner "hands off" the case to an Appeals officer (AO) in a lengthy and somewhat cumber, some interdivisional transfer process.
The Cadets, which formed in 1941, meet every Monday and Wednesday on Cumber Lane, Whiston.
Amanda Kerwin Dyer, President of Roaring Thunder Media said earlier this week, "We are excited to partner with Island Air in the Cayman Islands, we are looking very forward to working with Marcus Cumber and his team over the months to come, while promoting luxury advertising opportunities to brands in the Cayman Islands.
There are times when Scotland can appear cumber some and hehas faced a long battle to win over the Swansea fans, who were distraught to see idol Lee Trundle depart for Bristol City at the beginning of last season.
25pm as he made his way to Whiston Labour Club along Cumber Lane on Tuesday.
The pair shot a six-under-par 65 at Cumber well Park, near Bath, to tie with Royal North Devon's Michael Wilson and Paul Griffin, but had a better back nine to clinch first place.
THE scene at the junction of Radcliffe Street and Cumber worth Road appears at first glance to have changed very little in 55 years.