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to place a burden or heavy load on

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The problem has arisen because most water treatment suppliers only measure phosphate levels in the boiler itself, not the incoming water supply," explains Cumber.
In terms of numbers of performances, two of these were amongst the most popular of the period: John a Kent and John a Cumber was performed thirty-two times between December 1594 and July 1597 and The Blind Beggar of Alexandria was played twenty-two times between February 1595 and April 1597 (compare this with two other plays staged at the Rose, The Spanish Tragedy, performed twenty-seven times between March 1592 and June 1597, and Doctor Faustus, performed twenty-five times between October 1594 and October 1597; the fact that these were revivals does not make the figures for the other two plays any less impressive).
What a shock--and a pleasant one, at that--to see so many of those tales recaptured in Daryl Cumber Dance's beautiful, exhaustive anthology From My People.
When developing promotions, Cumber works closely with Steve Troge, manager of the 25,000-square-foot store, which is one of five Festival Foods units owned by Ron Dargis.
At the end of April Cumber ran a fleet of 26 units, only 11 of which were owned by the company.
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.
GLAMORGAN will have to step up a gear if they are to challenge for the Channel League title this season after a disappointing start to their programme in going down 9 1/2 -5 1/2 to Wiltshire at Cumber well Park.
Lawrence Cumber, originally from Cameroon but now living in Aston, had completed his masters degree in Computer Networking at Derby University, but found a lack of practical experience was hindering his search for a job.
INTERNET MOVE: John Kidd, finance director (front) and account switching team assistants Fiona Fraser (back left) and Jan Devine (back right) at Cumber land Building Society office in Carlisle.
Chief cattle steward William Cumber said: "The welfare of the animals is always top of the agenda at the Royal Show.
AET understands the Lisburn man had a bust-up after the pre-season friendly at Cumber Rec on Wednesday night and with Northern Ireland Under-21 'keeper Elliott Morris in the No.
THE PRESIDENT: A while ago I announced that I would be naming a Presidential Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Conference, and I am pleased to announce it's Sada Cumber.
St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic Centre for Learning, Cumber Lane, Whiston, on Monday, July 8.
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.