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Burgess

1. Anthony, real name John Burgess Wilson. 1917--93, English novelist and critic: his novels include A Clockwork Orange (1962), Tremor of Intent (1966), Earthly Powers (1980), and Any Old Iron (1989)
2. Guy. 1911--63, British spy, who fled to the Soviet Union (with Donald Maclean) in 1951
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Judge John Rogers QC said Mr Burgess had told in a police statement how residents on the Meadow Bank estate were often tormented by local children, and he'd taken to looking out for his elderly neighbours.
The job of chief commissioner of the new force was placed in the hands of Francis Burgess, who had, at least, experience of the criminal classes, if only from the far side of the bench.
Mr Burgess was initially employed by Boots as the manager of the Opticians," she continued, "although he was not an optometrist, dispensing optician or ophthalmologist.
Mr Biswell is well qualified for the task of disentangling these threads: he has been publishing on and researching the life and works of Anthony Burgess for over a decade.
Ashley Burgess, chairman of Burgess Supafeeds, said: "Having spent 18 years with a global blue-chip company, Paul's experience and knowledge of the grocery trade, as well as the specialist petfood market, will be a real attribute to us.
From the time he was appointed Professor of Architecture at the University of Alberta in 1913, Cecil Burgess had a major effect on architecture and town planning in western Canada.
then the least to be said of Andrew Biswell's The Real Life of Anthony Burgess, the source of the story involving Graves and Burgess (68), is that its writer took the late poet's advice to heart.
Within two pages, the reader learns that Burgess was "a bigot and a buffoon .
But Australian Burgess believes American millionaire Michael Czysz will struggle to challenge the might of the Japanese factories on the GP race tracks of the world.
I'm an adrenaline junkie, and I'm in the twilight of my career," said Burgess, who has 35 years of federal service and is eligible for retirement.
Burgess is the recipient of the 2004 TAPPI Environmental Division Technical Award and Roy F.
ROY Burgess, 43, a book distributor from Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, has claimed the pounds 10,000 monthly prize in the Tote/Racing Post Ten to Follow competition.