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Burnett

Frances Hodgson . 1849--1924, US novelist, born in England; author of Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) and The Secret Garden (1911)
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Burnett started the Highland League champions' Betfred League Cup opener against Peterhead on Saturday (2-1 loss).
Burnett, of Ffordd Tegai, Bangor, admitted breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order and a public order offence.
We wish Andre the very best for his future and he will be missed by the Leo Burnett family," he added.
Before the Burnett fight, Gomera had won only twice in his last six outings.
In his first bout since a freak back injury cost him his world title, Burnett controlled the contest forcing a sixth round stoppage of Jelbirt Gomera with a vicious body shot.
But the Daily Record has established the Fordie Trust, of which Burnett is a trustee, erected two turbines near the village of Torphins in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, after receiving planning permission in 2013.
The Carol Burnett award, to be presented every year, was established this year to celebrate the new golden age of television marked by high profile shows attracting Oscar-winning actors and directors.
When he first started his career in photojournalism at the age of 17, David Burnett wished he was better trained when he captured a photograph of John F.
The 35-year-old Donaire scored a career-extending win after wresting Burnett's WBA (World Boxing Association) crown after the Belfast-born fighter appeared to have injured his back and retired.
"Mark Burnett just went apes & choked me at this huge Emmy party then he ran away with his torn Pink shirt & missing gold chain.
"Skeeter" Burnett Jr., 63, of Norris City, formerly of Carmi, passed away on August 28, 2018 in Evansville, Indiana.
Two financial advisory firms Burnett Advisors and Kerri Lowber & Associates have merged.