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a large and important town

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colloquial American term for a town

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Michael Burgen as Sir Joseph Porter sailed effortlessly through the famous G&S patter songs and scored a resounding hit with that eternal favourite of all G&S devotees, I Am The Monarch of the Sea, where not a word was blurred in a crisp, beautifully-articulated delivery (which is how it must be if the song is to work).
Andrew Burgen, CCO; Ryan Ellis, CCO; Brian Watts, CCS; Amanda Wilson, CCS
Stephen Burgen was working in the yard at JH Laidler and Son on Double Row when he saw the fire break out.
[W]m Hippisly Servt to Sr John Burgen Kn Barronet of Bedfordsh at Warwick Court in Warwick Lane Jo.
Peter Sandstone has been correlated with sandstone as far south and west as the Simpson Group of Oklahoma and west Texas (Suhm and Ethington, 1975), and with outcrops of the Burgen Sandstone of eastern Oklahoma (Buttram, 1913).
Im Jahre 1955 erschien ein Sammelband Muistsed asulad ja linnused (Vorgeschichtliche Siedlungen und Burgen), in dem wesentlichste Ergebnisse der letzten Kampagnen vorgetragen wurden.
There are eight antigenically distinguishable neurotoxins (A, B, C2, D, E, F and G) produced by Clostridium botulinum (Ellenhorn & Barceloux, 1988), all of which interfere with neural transmission by blocking the release of acetylcholine from the presynaptic motor neuron at the neuromuscular junction (Burgen, Dickens, & Zatman, 1949).
ALLIED BAKERIES 01628 764300 owner of market leading brands Kingsmill, Allinson, Burgen and Sunblest, has appointed Martin Garlick as Category Director.
She added that there were 157 common contacts between the phones responsible for 17,649 calls and texts, 36 known associates of Curtis Warren and 10 common contacts between the phones of Burgen and the prison phones.
20 Stephen Burgen, The Guardian, 11 September 2012.
In 1981 we started to attempt to purify muscarinic receptors at Burgen's laboratory in the National Institute for Medical Research in London.
(18) Knotek, How Useful Is Okun's Law and Emily Burgen, Brent Meyer and Murat Tasci, "An Elusive Relation Between Unemployment and GDP Growth: Okun's Law, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, April 5, 2012.