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Burgess is the associate dean for research at the University of Arizona’s College of Public Health in Tucson.
So it wasn’t surprising when, after Burgess decided to upload it to Instagram the following morning, it quickly went viral.
They having first in the tavern made Mr. Waith also a burgess, he coming in while we were drinking.
In another way also the “foreigners” who were members of the Merchant Gild were useful to the burgess-members of it.
In 1888, the lovers of racing pinned their faith to the 30-foot class, and Burgess's fame rose higher and higher.
We cross the bridge and find another on the south bank near the toll-house and Burgess's tavern.
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A little while ago, at the Palladium, there was a Moore and Burgess revival.
Her view of the burgess English imaged a mighty monster behind bars, to whom we offer anything but our hand.
The burgess's daughter was refining to an appreciation of the exquisite so rapidly that she could criticize patricians.
I wish to correct Mr. Burgess statement in one point; but I believe he is perfectly correct in every other.

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