Burg


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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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Israelis themselves, Burg reminds us, love to emphasize that "the entire world is against us.
Burg regards the trial as a tragically missed opportunity.
One that Burg seems reluctant to admit is the extraordinary intractability of ethnic relations once they have become polarized.
International China will also improve its sales force by re-evaluating its staff and its territories, Burg said.
At high temperatures, that region probably is one of the first to unfold, Van den Burg explains.
Burg became vice president of marketing and sales at Rorer and Armour (which maintained a separate identity).
We are pleased to be working with Burg Translations," says Daniel Nackovski, president of Across Systems Inc.
Charlie knows he has work to do and he is looking forward to regaining his sobriety," the New York Daily News quoted Burg as telling People.
Mellow-voiced bassist Burg echoes Kinsella's sentiments when it comes the tenor of their troupe, which seems to help the band stay focused during the writing process.
Some right-wing Israeli lawmakers say that if Burg makes his planned address, he should be voted out of office.
I believe in it," says van der Burg, who now uses the CA 125 test to monitor relapses among all of her ovarian cancer patients.