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Burghley

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William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley. 1520--98, English statesman: chief adviser to Elizabeth I; secretary of state (1558--72) and Lord High Treasurer (1572--98)
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Burleigh said: "The immediate priority is to bounce back from the weekend defeat by the Warriors and beat the Southern Kings at Myreside on Friday.
In taking up the role, Burleigh will supervise the arrival of Amazon Alexa and Alexa-enabled devices across A/NZ early next year, designed to unlock new opportunities for developers on both sides of the Tasman.
20am, a call was received of a collision between a bicycle and a pedestrian at the junction of Walton Breck Road and Burleigh Road North.
In his natural state, Dave Burleigh looks nothing like Donald Trump.
However, the resistance was eventually broken as Burleigh slipped through Ben John's tackle to cross, with Tonks converting.
But they surrendered their commanding lead and in the end were lucky not to suffer a shock defeat to the Italians, Burleigh powered through two challenges to reach the line - Greig Tonks adding the extras.
Stacy Burleigh, practice manager, said: "Opening a new hospital is very complex and time consuming, so it was important that we chose a company able to work around our schedule.
This player was Burleigh Grimes, a fierce competitor who antagonized a panoply of baseball people and ex-wives throughout his long career.
The fair's big feature will be a stunning display of Burleigh pottery from Stokeon-Trent based Middleport Pottery, the last working Victorian pottery in the UK, saved from closure by the Prince's Regeneration Trust in 2009.
The fair's big feature will be a stunning display of Burleigh pottery from Stoke-on-Trent based Middleport Pottery, the last working Victorian pottery in the UK, saved from closure by the Prince's Regeneration Trust in 2009.
BBC Antiques Roadshow expert Steven Moore will be speaking on Burleigh pottery on Saturday 27th July at the fair and fellow Roadshow regular Mark Hill will be holding his ever popular talks on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
The Fatal Gift of Beauty: The Trials of Amanda Knox by Nina Burleigh