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Burgoyne

John. 1722--92, British general in the War of American Independence who was forced to surrender at Saratoga (1777)
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a popular figure on racecourses in the south, especially around the all-weather tracks, Burgoyne has spent a lifetime getting the best out of mainly modest material but has chosen not to renew his licence at the end of the month.
Rams winger Tom Ince called Burgoyne into action in the eighth minute.
Wells was then presented with another chance following a cross from former Wolves winger Rajiv van La Parra in the 23rd minute and although this time he managed to get his shot on target it was comfortably dealt with by Burgoyne.
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Cork Circuit Criminal Court heard Patrick O'Dwyer, of Wolfe Tone Place, Thurles, Co Tipperary, made the false claims as he blamed Ria Burgoyne for the break-up of his marriage.
Driver Michael Burgoyne, 25, and Administration Assistant Rebecca Spiers-Burgoyne, 27, of Jarrow, married at St Paul's Church/Little Haven Hotel.
Burgoyne Bridge unofficial name used by residents, possibly named after Thomas Burgoyne, a local builder and gold-rush era digger
Craig Burgoyne, 26, from Stirling, called Rebecca Laidlaw at dawn to make the sinister threats, the city's sheriff court was told.
First, Kabongo Tshimanga saw a header stopped by goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne, and then Aaron Williams had two bites at the cherry after he stole in at the near post.
Proud mum Lynn Burgoyne, 44, said: "We're really chuffed.
Corbett consistently fails to provide sources for the number of Loyalists that he alleges supported Burgoyne.
The passer-by, Vic Burgoyne, decided to check out the area and discovered the car.