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English explorer who with John Speke was the first European to explore Lake Tanganyika (1821-1890)

Welsh film actor who often co-starred with Elizabeth Taylor (1925-1984)

a strong dark English ale

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While the couple are yet to walk down the aisle, Burton couldn't be more grateful to have Morgan in her life.
And some of the revision notes the actor wrote down and placed in the dictionary may give a hint as to the health problems Burton started to experience in the years leading up to his death from a brain haemorrhage on August 5, 1984, in Celigny, where he is buried.
Police were called and began a search in the area after the victim spotted Burton nearby wearing only one trainer.
To the reader: Simply cut out this voucher and take it to your nearest Burton store.
SIMPLY cut out the voucher (left) and take it to your nearest Burton store.
Richard Harrington sy'n chwarae Richard Burton a Dafydd Hywel yw ei frawd Ifor mewn ffilm 90 munud a gafodd ei saethu ar leoliad yn Cligny, Y Swistir, y pentre' a fu'n gartre' i'r seren Hollywood o Gymru am 30 mlynedd.
More so than perhaps any other beer style in history, the demise of Burton Ales happened amazingly fast," notes Liz Prunty, innovator and organizer of ideas for the August Schell Brewing Company.
That BBC news clip showed photographs of Burton, accompanied by that magnificently melodic, thunderous voice which sounded as if it had been blasted out of a coal-mine, reading from Shakespeare.
Taylor got more than she bargained for as Cleopatra, though, when she and Burton began their love affair, which would record very public ups and downs from their meeting in 1962 until Burton s death in 1984.
Jessica Peters' suicide is pivotal for all three boys but Unbridled is Burton Phillips' story.
Burton had argued that counting his four Georgia convictions under California's ``three strikes and you're out'' law constituted cruel and unusual punishment, and that 16 years had lapsed between the Georgia and Palmdale incidents while he was imprisoned in Georgia.
This does take time, so now is the time to start planning," says Joan Burton, the Industrial Accident Prevention Association's health strategy manager.
Two of them, Don Burton, who volunteers as vice chair of the Central North Carolina board of trustees, and his wife Irene Burton, drew on their thirty years of living with MS.
Dane Kennedy The Highly Civilized Man: Richard Burton and the Victorian World.
Burton has been selected to serve as director of URS' Gulf Coast reconstruction team.