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Burbage

1. James. ?1530--97, English actor and theatre manager, who built (1576) the first theatre in England
2. his son, Richard. ?1567--1619, English actor, associated with Shakespeare
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Whymark cleared a Burbage free kick upfield, Matt Melbourne seized upon the loose ball and he then found Mwanyongo, who crossed the ball into the box.
Burbage Parish Council objected to the application as there were too many properties.
Gets us players a bad name.' Master Burbage's Theatre was outside the city limits, but Nick found his way about the seething, stinking mass that was the City of London with glee.
And Mr Burbage said that, ``as an Englishman'', he has found the council's branding strong and says: ``I can say the name and almost point it out on a map of the UK.''
At a site considered safe and equipped with tree-trimming equipment, front-end loaders, and a volunteer staff ready to begin work at first light, "we battened down the hatches and waited," Burbage says.
"I think we probably face a special challenge from a budget perspective," Burbage explained.
"To ensure these facilities will continue and the Burbage sports clubs will not be affected, Burbage Parish Council will be replacing the existing with new 21st century changing room facilities.
The proud 46-year-old joined the Burbage group, which is run by Natalie Jones, in April 2016.
A quickfire knock of 58 from Richard Durose enabled Burbage to declare at 118-3 after 12.4 overs - one of the few teams in the league's history to declare an innings in the 18-over competiton.
DEVELOPER Guild Homes is building a selection of mews properties in Burbage, Leicestershire, which it promises to be highly desirable to potential buyers.
Bulkington quickie Manbir Johal turned in the league's best bowling figures of the season so far in his side's 48 runs win over Burbage.