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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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And when Elliott Whitehouse did finally beat Burgoyne, the woodwork stood firm to keep the scores level.
Subs not used: Bannister, Swift, Lyons-Foster WOLVES U21s Burgoyne, Simpson, Deslandes, Weeks, Upton, Carter, Bancessi, Rainey (Ronan 70), Ennis (Leacock-McLeod 70), Enobakhare, Hunte (Wilson 85).
1) In a valuable review of investing strategies, Robert Burgoyne explains his approach to managing money and offers specific stock recommendations.
Scorers, Devils: Jeff Burgoyne 1+0, Jonathan Phillips 1+0, Gerad Adams 0+1, Vezio Sacratini 0+1.
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Burgoyne denied seven charges at Forfar Sheriff Court of breaching the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981.
Mr Burgoyne, 35, of Balloch, told how his pal cut away the wrapping.
BUt then they were reduced to 870 for five as Burgoyne came into the attack.
James Burgoyne, a Worcester lawyer representing hospital officials, said design plans for the addition are not completed.
Rik Burgoyne, from Redditch, came to the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to view the Birmingham Seen display which includes work by his late relative James Burgoyne.
Burgoyne served in the military in Germany and has done extensive research on the role of Hessians in the Revolutionary War.
Both defenceman Jeff Burgoyne and centre Mark Richardson are fit to return.