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Borg

Björn . born 1956, Swedish tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1976--80

Borg

A type of cyborg in Star Trek that devours everything in its path. Companies that dominate their field are called Borgs, and Borging is the verb. See cyborg.
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The bullet when through his leg and into his mam's car, before Mr Borg staggered backwards and fell to the ground as blood poured from his wound.
The hearing was told that Mr Borg informed a police officer he had been racially abused and involved in an assault in an earlier incident.
The court heard that the police were called and Borg was later traced to the Verne Hotel pub, in Wallsend, where he was arrested.
Borg viewed this relationship as more important than traditional Christian beliefs based on a literal reading of the Bible.
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Borg won six French Open titles to add to his five Wimbledons, but was runner-up four times at the US Open and only played in Australia once.
Borg won 11 Grand Slamsingles titles out of 27 tournaments played, giving him a male Open era record 41% winning rate.
Nadal deflected comparisons to Borg, a five-time Wimbledon winner, whom he called the greatest player of all time.
TENNIS legend Bjorn Borg has withdrawn his five Wimbledon trophies from auction after an outcry from fans.
Borg wants to remain a child, and his poetry is the proof of this.
Intense ecclesiastical debates over homosexuality, war, and feminism make theology unavoidable even for religious communities predisposed to avoid it, and authors Peter Gomes, John Shelby Spong, and Marcus Borg have reached very large audiences advocating a liberal religious outlook.