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Burg

 

a fortification or castle in medieval Western Europe. Medieval cities arose around certain burgs, which is reflected in the name of a number of cities, such as Hamburg and Magdeburg.

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We believe in helping parents become advocates for their children's education again," says Joyce Burges.
acquisitions, as well as a broad range of activities across multiple practice areas, including tax, dispute resolution, IP, commercial and financing matters," comments Richard Spink, a corporate partner at Burges Salmon and the other liaison partner for the firms' relationship.
I have read of plans to open the river up in the area at the back of the Burges, and this would be excellent if it ever happens.
Burges Salmon already has one of the largest pensions practices of any UK law firm, but it is continuing to grow with the arrival of four new hires.
Burges built Castell Coch in the late 19th Century for the third Marquess of Bute, John Crichton-Stuart.
It is understood that later that afternoon detectives visited Burges House with the alleged victim's relative.
The painting, bought by Cardiff council, will go on display when the new Burges Gallery opens in 2008.
Mario Giampaglia, boss of Renegade Clothing, in Hales Street, said: "Since the Burges has been closed off we've lost 50 per cent of our business.
Having the opportunity to be involved with the conservation of another Burges building with an expert team, is an opportunity I couldn't turn down and allows the expertise generated at CardiffCastle to be shared to such great effect.