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a borough in Scotland

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Burgh had no intention of taking their foot off the gas in the second half and Hardie quickly fired home his second of the evening following good work from William Lennox.
Chris de Burgh, October 15, tickets from PS65 from waterfront.co.uk.
It meant the 1446-acre burgh would increase in size by 1576 acres.
The home side took the lead after 58 minutes due to a miscommunication between Cherrie and Biggart allowing the Burgh centre forward to intercept the ball and curl his right-foot shot into an empty net from 15 yards.
Ahead of De Burgh's show, fellow British singer Sami Yusuf will perform on April 6.
It was ultimately not long before Burgh Plant Hire placed the first order, alongside an order for a Volvo EC950E excavator - another model unveiled at Bauma, and one that likewise represents a new size class for Volvo CE in its respective product category.
It looked to be ending 1-1 at the break but Burgh's Graham Johnston floated a delicious shot over MacIntosh in 42 minutes.
McAuley said: "After last week's game at Burgh it was reported that we were nothing more than a pub team.
Chris de Burgh, St David's Hall, Cardiff ?????AL is perhaps the only way to describe an evening in the company of Chris De Burgh, right.
Irish singer Chris de Burgh says he has canceled all plans to stage a concert in Tehran following "what appear to be blatant violations of basic human rights" during the recent protests.
TO CELEBRATE the release of Chris de Burgh's new album, Footsteps, the Birmingham Mail brings you the chance to win one of four pairs of tickets to one of his performances at the Symphony Hall on Saturday May 2 or Sunday May 3.
SIX-TIME Group 1 winner Rakti, who retired in 2005, is at the centre of a commercial dispute between the Hong Kong Breeders' Club and Irish breeder Hubie de Burgh that is destined for the Irish High Court unless it can be resolved soon, writes Brian Fleming.
De Burgh, who has a loyal following in Iran, visited for the first time in May and said he hoped the authorities would give him permission to perform.